Wednesday, June 27, 2018
I thought walking was just that, walking! No, in America we drive to our walking location, park and then we walk. I must say it’s pretty comical.
Actually, I had a fantastic time! Often in the body of Christ there is an underlying humdrum. Routines get boring and sometimes we might even feel like life’s gusto has been depleted. But the Bible says, that God has given us fullness of life. The entire world was created for us to enjoy! So let's experience his JOY!
We must get creative and redeem back the time we have. Yes, chisel out an hour and create a healthy diversion to be refreshed by the Lord. Take a walk. Sit by a pond and search for wildlife. Perhaps a bike ride would be just the thing to do. Call a friend and go for ice cream or a cup of coffee.
Sometimes we imagine that everyone else is busy when if fact they are waiting for an invitation for an unexpected diversion. So, go ahead and make the call, text, FB whatever means of communication is at your disposal. The adventure is just about to begin.
So, as we are walking we are laughing which is good medicine (Proverbs 17:22). We discuss different activities that are going on in our lives. Four different women, 4 different lives, but the same Lord. Our common ground in Christ, he has knit us together.
So yes, 20-mile drive for a 1.5-mile walk.
We glistened (sweat).
Sometimes it’s worth the drive.
“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.”
(1 Thessalonians 5:11)
God bless you!~Liz
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