i just read a sweet encouragement from debbie at heart choices.
like many of the amazing blogs i read, this one sparked a thought.
some of you have explosions of incredible insight, but i am just
thrilled with a tiny sputter.
there is a story about a young boy, robbed of speech and thrown
into the fire and water by a demon. the disciples were unable to
deliver him from this terrible torment because of their unbelief.
Jesus displayed His sympathy and love by asking the father about
the history and condition of the boy. the father said "if you can do
anything, take pity on us and help us."
"'if you can'?" said Jesus, "everything is possible for him who
believes." immediately, the father exclaimed, "i do believe; help
me overcome my unbelief!" matthew 9:14-29
jesus took the boy by the hand and lifted him to his feet, and he
i need help with my faith, too. but my constant cry is, "Lord, i am
willing. help, me to overcome my unwillingness!"
to do what i should do . . . but don't want to do. to NOT do what
i shouldn't want to do . . . but still want to do: that is my question!
i will leave the "be-ing" of shakespeare to the more mature.
i am obviously still a baby,