Did you know, a 100 sided object is called a hectogon?
I've never thought about a 100 sided object, that it even existed, or had a name. Teaching my kids geometry a few years ago, apparently we never got that far.
I've also never imagined something becoming so significantly divisive across a community. I feel tired of hearing the arguing, worn out from disagreeing, and hurt from misunderstandings.
The chaos weighs on my weary bones and, honestly, it clutters my mind.
In the early morning hours, a candle lit beside the pages, I search for Him. I long for Him.
"Whom have I in heaven but you? And there is nothing on earth that I desire besides you. My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever" (Ps 73:25-26).
If nothing else today, may the Lord show me grace and mercy to see more of who he is and may I rely on his strength and his promises, believing he is faithful and sovereign.
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I really appreciated learning how this officer glorifies God in his work in the midst of much spiritual darkness.
"Pride (and isn’t all sin a form of it?) sends us adrift with the tide. We want our own way, stomping our feet like sulky children, captaining our own lives, blatantly disregarding the damage our foolishness causes."
"Sister, you do not have to believe the lie that you are all alone in your circumstances. You do not have to live isolated by all-consuming fear and anxiety."
“I always thought that God was good,” I said to him. “But here I am a quadriplegic, sitting in a wheelchair, feeling more like his enemy than his child! Didn’t he want to stop my accident? Could he have? Was he even there? Maybe the devil was there instead.”