I have been given certain talents--one of which is writing. God often uses this talent even when I feel like my words are nothing but garbled rambling. I do not know how He does that. But He does.
Lately, my brain has been so overwhelmed with moving into my little 562 square feet of space that all the cells within my head are screaming from the cramped quarters. It's kinda like someone who has a concussion and the brain swells and wants to go beyond the boundaries of the skull. There's so little room for thinking about anything else in my life as I focus on pricing items for our living estate sale, and praying that enough people come on Thursday through Saturday to help me get rid of it all, that I haven't written much of anything here or anywhere else. Indeed, I haven't even been reading blogs.
I can barely whip up a thought for Facebook other than to say, "whooped, exhausted, worn out". I'm sure folks are just as worn out from their life's stresses and challenges. However, their stresses and challenges do not affect my ability to write a coherent thought.
So, hopefully, my friends...next week or the next, I will be back in full-swing and recuperated from all the hussle, bustle, and frenzy of selling off 47 years of memorabilia, collections, husbby's Christian books, and virtually thousands of items. Maybe, I will tell you some of the funny stories that have occurred as a result of it all. Until, then, I pray God uses your ability to share the Gospel with everyone you meet. And maybe, just maybe, God will use our ability to lead someone to store a few treasures in heaven, instead of on earth where all rusts, decays, or is stolen by thieves.
I almost feel hypocritical selling all this junk when the most important thing is eternal. This whole ordeal is truly beyond my ability and strength. Only in Christ am I able. I covet your prayers. God bless you my friends. selahV