I have this curiosity and expectancy about what He will do in the next minutes, hours — in me, in others, in my circumstances. And I’m surprisingly thankful about everything, including the hard. And whatever I face is not my problem, not my job to fix: Jesus’ problem and Jesus’ job. Ahhh, tis so sweet […]
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One where the people who espouse the philosophy/religion/theology, love me and others unconditionally, just as we are, whether or not we agree with their philosophy, follow their philosophy. Not necessarily the philosophy that makes the most sense, intellectually, or scientifically, but the one where the people following the philosophy, love the best. Are the most […]
is being intense/agendified about anything. My will be done. I know what’s best for me and those I love. God bless my agenda. This created-dependent knows: confident/willful/proud/evil/wicked/presumptuous. Only the presumptuous judge others around us, as to worthiness or unworthiness, winner or loser or mediocre. Why? To feel superior to losers and worship winnners. The humble enjoy everyone. –IndependentDave, needing prayer for fresh conviction […]
he can help others find happiness in this life. A fool is confident he can engineer happiness for himself, even though he’s pathetically confused about it all, and doesn’t realize it. Only a dependent asks Jesus for help in helping others find happiness. Only a dependent ask Jesus about everything in his own life. Fools […]
with the values of this world: feeling good about myself through strength, good taste, achievement, efficiency, savvy, reputation, superiority, somebodiness, great decisions. For a cherished, adopted child of the Most High God to be so enamored with such meaningless values in the eyes of Solomon, is pathetic. But that’s what I am in my less-sane […]
is when the Spirit of Jesus opens my eyes to see how pathetically helpless I am — powerless to make my life work, to engineer happiness for myself and those I love. I see this in my saner moments, and then I’m actually thankful for my pathetic helplessness. And enjoy it! Am comforted by it. […]
I married my high-school sweetheart, who was by then, my college sweetheart, and today, she’s my senior sweetheart. I was twenty; she was almost twenty. Neither of us knew who we were. But we were in love, and we have stayed in love, for fifty years, plus the two and a half years we dated. […]
and avoiding the hard ones, is my passion when I’m ShepherdDave, wise in my own eyes, leaning on my own understanding, confident I know what’s best for me and those I love. But easy never grows me more Jesus-dependent, more DumbSheepDave. Only the hard. So why do I obsess over engineering easy, and not embrace […]
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