Many times over the last two years as I’ve had multiple brain surgeries I have received so many comments such as, “You are so brave!” Ha…this is so far from true…
If you’ve been following my blog, you’ve probably seen psalms that I’ve written and shared, and something that I think is often misunderstood is why these are written.
I will use one as an example:
“By You, oh Lord, I stand upright.
When I trust in You, I shall not be discouraged;
For Your plan cannot be set aside,
And Your time cannot be delayed.”
When I write this, it is not because I easily trust in God, never become discouraged, and think things are going just like they should. Quite the opposite.
“Who holds their head above Your own?
Whose throne stands over the Creator of life?”
I certainly do not write these because God needs to hear them…more like I need to hear them. I need to remind myself these things…like, constantly.
“You know my every suffering;
No pain goes on unnoticed.
By my side You walk with me;
You’ve given me life by giving up Your own.”
As I write these psalms, it is a sort of confirmation of choosing to take on the mind of Christ…instead of my own selfish, worrisome, conceited thoughts.
“Only You bring peace to my soul and true joy to my heart.
You made my very being–who can better satisfy?”
I can hardly imagine having a life without God. He is the fuel that keeps me burning. Even though at times I am a tiny flicker, ain’t nothin’ gonna put me out! 😉