Ronie Uncategorized 3 Comments

Reader Beware: this is a recurring theme. πŸ˜€ The more I pray and seek God’s will, the more I pray that I can learn to be flexible (a dangerous prayer in its own right), the more I see the hand of God moving. And it blesses me to realize how very active our God truly is. You hear often that we need to stop and smell the roses…what about concentrating on the ever-present activity of the Lord?

See, I’ve known that God is working in my life, but I always had a detached sense about it. Now, I wonder if I ever truly believed it. Kinda like one of those things where you say, “sure, sure.” so everyone will leave you alone. Ya know?

Now, today, I see him moving ever so gently and rearranging sooooooo many aspects of my life. Lisa Crayton of Spirit Led Writer told me last year that part of the reason God had been able to work in my life was because I had a pliable heart. I’m not sure she’ll ever realize how much that affected me. Ever since , I’ve *actively* prayed that I would always have a pliable heart, that my heart and life would remain open to God’s leading. (THANK YOU, LISA!!)

Sometimes, changes are powerful and life-altering like earthquakes. A death in the family. A huge disappointment. But more often than not, it’s the subtle ones that catch us by surprise. Sometimes, we don’t even notice it’s happening–sometimes it takes another person to mention it. When I met up with some friends for a youth groupreunion, one of my friends commented, “You’ve really changed.” I hadn’t noticed. He did.

One signficant change in my life recently has been a wonderful prayer team. It shocked and humbled me that I was invited to participate, but it was such a brilliant and beautiful idea–and a need that I did not realize I had. We’ve been a team for a few weeks now and already my life has so dramatically changed. (Thank you, ladies!!)

Of course…admid the changes, are the rock-solid friendships that will never change. This last year or so, God placed a handful of friends in my life that I will forever be grateful for. Those are the beams that anchor us to the dock of life, the ones who save our rears when it’s needed. I will forever be grateful to my very dear friends for all you’ve given and done for me this past year. My life is fuller, greater than ever before.

And one last change…has been in my marriage. I’ve always been committed to my mariage, but…I don’t know. Maybe I became complacent about it. Not sure. It’s been interesting as Brian tests out of the for FBI…God has moved on my heart three times to make changes that are require “energy” (not sure how else to say that LOL) of me. Things like getting up at oh-dark-thirty to work out with my hubby, going to the track with him to help him on his timed runs…and ya know, those little changes have brought a deepening to my marriage, tied the knot stronger or something. I’m so proud of my hubby. You rock my world, Dude!!

So, what’s God doing in your life? Earthquake changes? Subtle ones? We’re to share the burden, so share your heart…

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  1. Dineen A. Miller

    Hey girl, love your attitude in this. Glad you’ve connected to a prayer teamm too. I know that will be such a positive influence in your life. Love ya, girlie! πŸ™‚

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