Ever feel like you live in multiple worlds?
First the outer world with the interesting people you come in contact with throughout the day.
Next the family world –– a more intimate connection.
And third your inner world – where you and God connect – the inner dialogue, the requests, moments of thanks when you know there’s something divine, earthly blessings, maybe even a mini-miracle.
I’m spending a lot of time lately in my inner space with God praising Him for revealing my husband’s need for open heart surgery despite having no pain and providing a wonderful doctor to operate on Tues. Sept. 26th.
I always thought I knew how to celebrate the gift of every twenty-four hours but it’s intensified these past five weeks since we received the news. I’m learning to trust more deeply. To not let fear strip us of Jesus’ legacy of peace and to keep a seek a sense of normality. Here we are a few days ago at the BMW PGA Golf Tournament in Lake Forest, IL with daughter Tamara.
Best of all I see grace all over the place – in particular in my husband Wayne’s serenity in this difficult situation. I see it in the abundant kindnesses of people reaching out to both of us with words of comfort and promises to pray Sept. 26th. Thank you! How grateful we are!
And so peace prevails. We wait seven more days. We are never alone in our inner world with God.
“In all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us.” Romans 8: 38.
Looking forward to speaking Sept. 20th at a Christian Women's luncheon in Rock Falls, IL on the many transitions of a woman's life.