Posted on Thursday, June 28, 2012 in Uncategorized
We Don’t Know All We’d Like To Know
Sometimes we don’t know everything we think we know. My son Josh saves money better than I do, but when he was young he didn’t know all that he knows now.
One day, when Josh was about six years old he and I drove to the gas station. Before we paid for our gas we surveyed the candy aisle. We each picked out some candy. I grabbed an Almond Joy and Josh grabbed a special candy sucker that spun.
Satisfied with our choices we walked into the line at the register.
Posted on Friday, February 24, 2012 in Uncategorized
When I have allowed God to come close, as close as I have so far, it can feel overwhelming. I forced back tears just now thinking of how special I felt. At the same time, I know that I willfully and consciously pushed God back because it felt so…overwhelming, that I felt like I couldn’t house God’s love inside of me.
I was on a trip with a group of TreeHouse teens. I was praying.