>De-clutter

>Here I sit on a Friday night in my home office. I’ve lived in the same 2 bedroom apartment for the past 4 years and this second edroom had just been nothing more than a junk room. Emily and I decided we were ready for a change. We had the apartment painted a nice clean white and got rid of all junk and clutter. I say junk and clutter, it was just stuff we didn’t use or wear anymore. So we were able to bless the local thriftshop with lots of great clothes, etc. That in itself helps the spirit feel good. As I stated a week or so ago, I’ve been in a funky place for awhile now. All I knew to do was keep pushing and something was bound to give. So now I sit here listening to my latest  download, and I’m feeling free. I feel like a weight has been lifted off my life. You never know how or when things will change, but keep pushing and eventually things will break. I truly felt like giving up, I didn’t feel I could fight anymore. But I remembered a word I kept getting through men/women of God and in my own quiet time with God over the last 10 years. That I’ve got big shoulders and alot will be put on them, but never more than I could handle. Believe me there are days I wish I didn’t have big shoulders,but when I come out of those difficult periods I feel I’m a stronger/better person for it. So let’s celebrate another vsmall ictory. Thanks for all the prayers and positive thoughts.

2 Responses to >De-clutter

  1. Anonymous says:

    >Hey Bro! I just want you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers daily. I know God has something big for you and it is going to happen soon. Just stay strong and remember that God has everything under control.

    Love ya Bro!

    Josh

  2. cltgrace says:

    >Here’s to each victory: the gradiose and those found even in the mundane~

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