A day by day journal of Living Out the Joy of Jesus!
This was my first time watching your vlog! Very encouraging. I still feel that I'm not invited to the party sometimes. Even when I am amongst a group of my Christian peers I'm on the outside looking in.It gets lonely sometimes, but then I realize that I DO have something do rejoice about..and that is being in God's will.
What a great encouragement today, Leigh. Thank you.I certainly know what it feels like to be on the outside. But when we are with God, and in His will, inside or out really shouldn't matter, should it? (Easy to say. Not always so easy to live!)I am just about to start reading about Joshua. Looking forward to it!
I have been there several times in my life... I don't think I am there now, but it is easy for me to cycle in and out of this feeling if I don't keep my eyes on Jesus...Love ya, and maybe I will try to get to the conference you are sponsoring :)Kim
I am sooo glad your did this vlog I have missed them. Your personality makes the message even more interesting! Hope you can do them more often!! Keep up the good work!
Wow Leigh, I really needed to hear this today. When you were talking about the priests and them standing in the Jordan, God reminded me that 1) the Ark of the Covenent was not a light thing. 2) there were an estimated 2 to 3 million people that had to cross over along with all of their possesions. 3) this was an all day and into the evening thing. And still they stood, because that is what God had commanded them to do. And like you said, they probably would have liked to have been at the "party", but without them doing what they were called to do, there would not have been a party. I think we feel left out sometimes because we forget the value of what we do, especially if it's a behind the scenes job, like a prayer warrior. I know that at times I have felt very left out, yet knew what I was called to do was totally in the will of God.Sallye
This is a comment on an older post because I have just found your blog. Very good points but I have one comment. I have been going through a period when I am learning that the words that we speak over ourselves and others are very powerful. Therefore, it really hit me when you commented that your hip was "killing you". May I suggest that it is causing you pain and suffering but not killing you.I am trying to stop myself from saying things in this ilk.Blessings
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