Busy, so very busy — 8 Comments

  1. Dear Lisa, Lovely Sister-in-Christ,
    Thank you for publicly expressing your faithfulness to God in a myriad of ways! Thank you, again. Thank you!!! It’s obvious you love God foremost and that you desire to please Him by your consistency in allowing the Holy Spirit to use your God-given talents with “words” and “The Word.” Even through your difficulties and/or those of your loved ones (“difficulties” being an understatement, I’m sure, just based on the tiny glimpses into your life via your sharing in the social media sphere) you continue to have a humble, compassionate and encouraging-toward-others heart-Life saving ministry. “Contented rest” seems to be a foreign concept to most women, uh…men, yea…humans…maybe with rare exceptions being the perfectly-loved children while they sleep or play near their safe caregiver(s). Hey, typing this to you just brought to my understanding that every child of God is perfectly loved, thus can “live” life in a state of “contented rest” in Him. Being busy prayerfully abiding in Christ, living by the Spirit, may be how we can overcome the unnecessary busy-ness? I love you Lisa. Thank you.

    • Oh thank you so much, Deena. I am honored to be able to share my thoughts through social sites and books. Oh goodness, the Lord has been so good to me. He is such a good, good God! Thank you for taking the time to comment. I still have SOOOO much to learn! Love and blessings to you, sweet sister!

  2. Oh Lisa, please don’t be sad. The Lord allowed you that season of ‘busyness’ to recognize how much you need to abide in Him. He created you, just as you are, He knows your heart ❤️! He knows your desire to please Him, & you have not disappointed Him!
    He even spoke to you in the words Dennis found to share with you.
    The LORD allows you to rest–smile as you know you are so loved as you snuggle into His Arms.

  3. I’m at peace knowing that I’m His. He wants my heart not my performance. What a beautiful way of expressing how restless we can be trying to please God and missed the the big picture. Sometime we all have to learn the hard way. God bless you sweet friend. ((hugs))

    • Love what you wrote, Tess — “He wants my heart not my performance.” So true and so sweet. Our God is amazingly loving. We are very, very, very blessed to be His! God bless you, precious one! ((((((hugs)))))) XOXO