By Joni Eareckson Tada
Advent: the cost of rubies -- The anger that heals -- respiring room -- by no means by myself -- enough grace -- reside while you are ready -- A legacy of prayer -- desire past solutions -- larger by means of some distance -- Why may He say no? -- at the back of enemy strains -- end: Marching to Zion
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There it simmers. This is real trouble. We can’t smell problems burning when they’re repressed. ” But they don’t. Hope is aroused, then deferred. It revives, then gets snuffed out again. “Hope deferred makes the heart sick” (Proverbs 13:12). Then the fire goes out and our hearts become stone cold. Anger keeps pushing the problem to the front burner. Fiery feelings keep the problem a hot potato, bouncing from hand to hand, propelling us into action and triggering activity. We aren’t allowed to wallow in our failures.
But this didn’t end the discussion. Next was the real work. ” He would ask. ” He reasoned with them. He invited their participation. He challenged them to think things through. He encouraged them to let the real truths of Scripture break through the crust of their brittle preconceptions and rigid prejudices. What you think about God influences your friendship with Him. It affects how much glory you give to Him. ” Please hear these next words. They have come to me as a ruby, hard-won through the years: Your imagination about God — especially in the midst of tragedy—isn’t reliable.
Just remember that where the Spirit of the Lord is . . wherever the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. And hope. And light. And even beauty. Responsible for My Response Paul may not have been responsible for the circumstances that so totally overwhelmed him, but he was responsible for the way he responded to those circumstances. And how did he respond? ” Instead, he said, “For Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses. . For when I am weak, then I am strong” (2 Corinthians 12:10). I like that.
A lifetime of wisdom : embracing the way God heals you by Joni Eareckson Tada