I almost walked past it.
Only two other things frustrate me more. And I can’t remember what they are.
I had to fix it.
It’s a reminder about having faith.
Not in-your-face religion. Not lobbing truth grenades then cheering. Not false hope.
Simply, faith. And at its foundation, trust.
“Trust in the Lord, with all your heart, don’t lean to what you can understand…”
That’s what it says.
But it’s gotten bumped.
It’s uneven. Skewed. Tilted. Trust.
I’m not sure what caused it. Maybe life?
But it’s still there. And can be adjusted, now. And probably later.
If you possess it, be encouraged.
Correcting the crooked is allowed.
Lessening the lean is OK.
Trust is a process.
And fixed faith is still faith.
Let’s hang in there.
Thank you, Todd. That line, “But it’s still there” was the reminder my weary heart needed after an anxiety-wracked weekend. Thank you, truly.
Thank you, Ann. You’re always such an encouragement to me.
I pray daily for you on top of the prayer list.
Thank you so much, Mae! Love you!