Psalm 46:10 “Be still and know that I am God.”
Years and years of life accumulation in a house that has tremendous storage capacity = CRAZINESS!
Moving a lifetime of acquisitions is not for the faint of heart. Even when paying a company to move your stuff, there is still an extreme array of items to plan for and a “Boot Camp” workout of physical labor to be done. At this point in our move my brain is beginning to turn to mush; my mind screams, “No more decisions, I can’t decide another thing!” My body is reminding me of muscles that I had long ago forgotten existed.
My days at this point move back forth between absolute peace and a super storm of emotions. I am an extremely organized person and to be living in the midst of chaos, dust and clutter is a challenge for me and then my poor family has to deal with me and the move. I have times of great struggle. When I turn my focus to God instead of the circumstances I hear Him say to me, “Kay, relax and trust Me. You are worried about things which are not eternal. Remember what truly matters; My Kingdom and those you love. All else will fade away.
This time in our lives seems to be all about 20/20 Kingdom Vision. Peace is found when I am still and put God back upon His throne instead of trying to take His seat.
Can I get an Amen?!