There’s No Title Today.

I’d really like to pretend I was perfect this morning.

Truth is, I’m dealing with something that has crippled my ability to serve today, and maybe longer.

It’s probably rooted in pride or some other selfish sin, but right now the most I can do to keep my commitment to travel through Proverbs with you is just share the link.

Hopefully, I’ll be better tomorrow.

Here’s the link to Proverbs 26. I’m really sorry.

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Comments

  1. Nina Roesner says

    Thank you for the grace! And the prayers and encouraging words. I have nothing to boast about, save Jesus Christ, and yet found myself distracted by something yesterday, some fool thing I said, that the enemy smartly hitched to some past pain and used it to derail me. Honestly, the moment the Truth was revealed to me through a treasured friend, I physically felt the burden of lies lift, and was able to move forward. To God be the glory. I’m so thankful for relationships where iron sharpens iron. :) And thankful to you for your encouraging words and support. While I wish I were better, I realize that I just long to allow Jesus to work through me, and for it to only be Him that people see! :) The rest is just pride. More of Him, less of me… :)

  2. says

    In the name of Jesus, I rebuke that sentence: “something that has crippled my ability to serve today, and maybe longer.” The only thing that stands between you and your ability to serve Jesus is your unwillingness – and since I KNOW you are willing, then whatever is going on is under the complete control of God. It is a lie that your purpose is tied up in any of the machinations of man. I love you, and I have your back. Praying for you today.
    Hugs,
    Rosalyn

  3. Arin says

    Sorry isn’t necessary for those of us that follow your blog. Your honesty in your own personal situations is excatly what God use to speak to each of our hearts. God never needs us to be perfect just real and honest. Nina, you do a great job with that. Thanks for all you do. Remember God made us to be relational and sometimes conflict is a tool he uses to better develop us into His image. Never fun but sometimes necssary to bring about the change that is needed.

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