But there’s only one place to FIND easy: in dependence on Jesus. INdependence, feeling alone, UP TO ME, is harrrrd, because the pressure to achieve — perform with excellence, prove yourself worthy, never ceases. Miserable existence. Big difference between EASY circumstances, and an EASY life. I ain’t promisin EASY circumstances. As a human you’ve bought […]
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Helps me so much to be reminded that I’m not alone, that Jesus is living His life through me, in total control of every detail, so I can relax and be curious/expectant to see what He does NEXT, in me, others, circumstances. Ahhh. Pressure’s off. But I can’t seem to graduate from needing to be […]
since age 24, when Jesus drew me to Himself. But I never saw my double life til now. I’ve lived in two different worlds: Jesus’ world, and Dave’s world. When I live in Jesus’ world, I’m in awe of Him and His worthiness as seen in creation, and His genius plan for everyone and everything. […]
unless you really KNOW yourself. Self-awareness is crucial to really knowing Jesus. He who has a present sense of having been forgiven only a little, presently KNOWS Jesus only a little, presently KNOWS himself only a little, presently loves Jesus only a little, presently loves himself only a little, presently loves others only a little, […]
Jesus, I want to be overwhelmed by You and Your worthiness, rather than always being so consumed with me and my worthiness. It’s strange to me, Lord, that I’m not at all critical-judgmental of nature, created and supervised by You, but am easily critical-judgmental of us humans and our creations, also created and supervised by […]
challenges, scary opportunities, when I’m confident-I-know-what’s-best/worldly/INdependent/pride-filled, wise in my own eyes, leaning on my own understanding. If I pray at all, it’s to ask Him to bless my agenda, get me outta this harrrd/suffering/scary. Pride, not humility, to know what’s thankable and what’s not. And I’m never happy/content in this confident-I-know-best mode of living. I […]
fixing my eyes and thoughts on my performance/worthiness, instead of Jesus and His imputed performance/worthiness. Worldliness is contagious. Outside the Church, and inside too. A worldly feels pressure, alone, UP TO ME. An alien/stranger to this world, on the other hand, feels contented, happy. An alien/stranger is never defensive, never failure-avoidant, never feels the need […]
of being curious/expectant to see what Jesus does NEXT, in me, others, circumstances, when I feel lousy physiologically. So He’s been retraining me to be compassionate toward myself when I feel lousy, and lower my expectations for the joy and peace that’s mine in Him. Lower my expectations for getting comfort from believing in His […]
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