Does it ever seem to you that when you are in a hurry everything moves extra slow? Today is one of those days. I am trying to fix my website...

I want to hurry up and wait

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Does it ever seem to you that when you are in a hurry everything moves extra slow? Today is one of those days. I am trying to fix my website and for whatever reason the photos got all mixed up and are in the wrong places. I am trying to fix this, but the upload is killing me.

I am going to admit my no-no, and bare my soul here...I read my Bible for the first time today in about 2 weeks. I know, booooo!! But I think we can all agree that I am not the only person on this planet who has neglected to read the Word, try to pull it together and make it on my own.

I have been praying for this one specific prayer need for years, and nothing is happening. I have doing all I know to do to get God to answer me, but still there is silence. I have been trying to hurry up and wait for my answer. I know that there are some things in life that have to take time to work out, but man, this waiting thing sucks.

My life gets to be just like my website, all messed up and out of order, but I know God is still around and trying to take care of business. Just like this website, to much junk can slow down the upload, just like to much life junk can slow down the progress of our spiritual lives. And just like my website, when the photos end up in the wrong place, the owner has to go and fix it, meaning that Jesus is the One who needs to fix my life, not me.

Harsh lesson I am learning. But it has to be learned to move forward.


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  1. Hi Brandy -- finally getting back to you about book reviewing. I signed up under the THomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers which you can find a link to on the Thomas Nelson page I think. Otherwise, I saw Money Saving Mom offer her audio book for review and grabbed that and then found the party book offered for review on someone else's blog but can't remember who that was. Keep your eyes open and you might find some more. But, Thomas Nelson is a good place to start.

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