Monday, September 01, 2008

My Walk Mondays

My Walk Monday

People have asked . . Well what is it you feel God is telling you?

This is a question that stems from my hubbies bad health and I've been feeling very overwhelmed. But I've had to say - nothing. God has been alarmingly silent.

That is until two days ago, when the Spirit spoke to me as only He can, and He said:

I'm not going to tell you. I'm going to tell your husband.

Dude.

("dude" was me, not God)

So, there it is. And things have been easier for me since I've stopped fighting against my situation and have/am focusing to live with it.

The good news is that a house has come available that is closer to the doctors for my hubby and just far enough away from our ministry here that "drop-in's" wouldn't be so prevalent, and that just might give me the breather I need. As to whether it is a "go" or no - that is between my God and my husband.

-ahhhh-

6 comments:

Rhonda in Chile said...

Its so great when we can actually stop and listen to the Holy Spirit.
Sometimes I'm too busy to listen, and I fret and worry about things that He never intended me to worry about.
God bless you, my sister!

Brittney Harmon said...

well good, now you don't have to worry about it :o)

sarahgrace said...

Good for you for listening. Like Rhonda, I often forget to stop and listen myself. And then when I do hear what God is telling me, it's like, "Well, duh...that makes sense...wish I would have listened sooner."

Hang in there, Michelle, hugs to you!

Scrapping Servant said...

I need to learn better to stop fighting too!

I am happy to hear about the closer house... that's a blessing.

Scrapping Servant said...

Oh! and I don't do a Mr. Linky - I have an ongoing list that stays up here...

http://scrappingservant.com/we-walk-with-him/

hope that is okay for you.

Guinevere Meadow said...

It can be hard to hear the voice of God sometimes!

I'm waiting for an answer of my own right now. He's telling me clearly "I've got it under control. Just wait." But I keep freaking out.

I'll pray for you if you pray for me! (Well, I'll pray for you either way, actually!)