I have a question for you.
Do you ever just get tired of being sick n’ tired?
I’m sitting at my desk thinking back upon this crazy journey, my unequally yoked marriage. As I mentally walk through the months and years of my past, I am remembering how I at times would cling to my disappointment, my anger and the unfairness of it all. My unfulfilled expectations would rise, front and center in my mind and that is when it would happen.
Enter stage right: Satan and his minions arrive to perpetuate my thoughts of discontent. Heaven forbid that I would be cleaning house that day because those negative thoughts would course through my brain over and over as I moved from room to room flipping the dusting rag around followed by frenzied vacuuming.
I would get worked into a ridiculous mess.
What a waste of time.
Well I am sick n’ tired of being sick n’ tired.
I am sick of my selfishness. Sick of thinking about the “what ifs” and I am ready to live differently. I want to live in the presence of Jesus where my selfishness fades away in the absolute brilliance of something far more profound.
Are you tired of being sick and tired? Did you say, "yes?" Then you just said yes to God.
So please walk a new path with me, Dineen and Angela. We are about to discover what it really means to have our minds and our hearts transformed into Christlikenes.
The beginning of this journey is Friday, October 2, 2009: 30 Days ~ The Mind of Christ.
To begin your journey, I have something I must send you. I will mail you an envelope. So, please email me now and commit to 30 days in October to discover what this scripture really means.
Romans 12:2 Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.
One more thing. Say goodbye to Sick n’ tired because he’s outahere!
Be blessed, Lynn DPlease email me