Gather round. Pull up a chair. I’d like to tell you a true story about a woman we’ll call Shari.
“How did you know what was in front of you?” She answered, “I held your hand and let you lead me.”
I’ve decided to stare at my weakness and say, “That. That is the place where I will focus my energy.”
Humility is a correct understanding of where we stand in relation to God. Let’s quit it with the compliment-ducking, shame-inducing, condemning idea that to have humility means we must always think poorly of ourselves.
Patience is born out of a heart of thankfulness.
If I’ve learned anything from my 33 years in this world, it’s that bravery is not a characteristic reserved only for knights, superheroes and soldiers. Bravery is as necessary to being human as is breathing.
The more I learn about the vast size of the universe, and the more I realize how massive and completely other our God is, the more I wrestle with how he can care about this peon named Allison.
Today I’m over on the Nashville Moms Blog where I write about “How I Learned the Power of the Word ‘No.'”