He takes the time to slowly concoct the person He makes to take him deep before He takes him far. To teach him laughter in the face of loss, and joy in the face of the mundane. And to awaken in him to the truly extraordinary life in what looks like -- simply and pitifully ordinary.
This whole thing about being the best, is at best relative...Our purpose must be found in God and found in our assignment today
That the only way to thrive and not just survive with any season in life is to learn to flow and not wrangle, to rise and refuse to strive, to praise and not stress, to pray rather than pontificate.
"Godliness" that has no contentment will be a legalistic pursuit of holiness that leaves the pursuer hungry and dissatisfied...