😎🐫🎤 Christ’s peace and presence be with you. I was blessed to share last weekend with family that I don’t see very often and visited Pittsburg, PA for the first time. Friday before dinner we were sitting in the sandy area of the backyard. I had flip flops on and had dusted my feet off a couple times before we walked to our dinner destination. About half way to the restaurant, I noticed a sore spot on the top of my left foot. Apparently, I didn’t dust all the sand off and it caused a raw spot. Now, as I reflect on the experience, I realize I dusted my feet, but not my flip flop. If we don’t separate ourself from the irritant, it will continue to be abrasive and bothersome, causing discomfort and unrest. We need to remove those irritants from our lives in order to start down the path of healing and peace.
You must first live for today, so that you can live tomorrow. Our tasks and journeys today are what leads, guides, and prepares us for the tasks and journeys of tomorrow. Robert Louis Stevenson is quoted as saying, “Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant.”
Sift through those irritants in your life, dusting them off of you and that which you would come in contact with. Speak with God. Share with Him those irritants you’ve identified. Ask Him what your best course of action may be…then listen. He’ll tell you, if you’ll listen.
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