back on the air (so to speak).

Whew: it seems like forever since the last time I posted, although its really been about three days. I have been under the weather, and I didn’t really feel like sharing with you my somewhat delirious thoughts about what I wanted to be buried in, or who I wanted to leave my Legos to. I guess its about time I wrote a new post, though, so, here it goes.

I have been trying lately to figure out a bunch of stuff concerning quiet time and study. Up to this point, I would do it in the camper, but that has recently become off limits. I confess I have been locked in my own little comfort zone, and I have now had that taken away from me. But Christ is faithful, and he has used this to teach me to lean more on him. I am learning to come to come to him for the answers, rather than looking to outside sources for help.

That’s all I really have to tell right now. Maybe I find something else to write about later in the week. I don’t know why, but I have been feeling a lot of pressure to pump out new posts. When I started this blog, I told you I would post about once a week. That idea was given up a long time ago, and I don’t see it coming back any time in the near future. I don’t think I was cut out to do blog posts in a timely manner, just write them whenever, regardless of whether there is even anything to write about. Maybe I should spend more times putting up quotes at times like these. Which reminds me…

More from Tozer:

Lord, teach me to listen. The times are very noisy and my ears are weary with the thousand raucous sounds which continually assault them. Give me the spirit of the boy Samuel when he said’ “speak, for thy servant heareth.” Let me hear Thee speaking in my heart. Let me get used to the sound of Thy voice, that its tones may be familiar when the sounds of earth die away and the only sound will be the music of Thy speaking voice. Amen.

A reply: And for those of you who asked, Yes, I am going to update my gallery page. (My next post will probably be a review of the movie “Enchanted”.)

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