© jb katke
Have you ever accomplished something out of your realm? It gives you that Wow feeling of celebrating. Happy anniversary to me.
I’m sharing with you the biggest balloon I could find. (This big boy landed in my front yard)
My blog posts are one year old this month. For a person that had no desire to blog, and isn’t fond of computers, this is remarkable. Just for the record it wasn’t my idea.
Have you been following me? If you haven’t read my Intro , let me explain with a little background. For years I have been learning to love Jesus. I’ve been reading his book, it’s been on the best seller list for almost ever.
But it’s a process that takes some time. At least it did for me. There comes a point in what do you do with this stuff you’ve learned? It was suggested I tell others about it.
Don’t be thinking I’m gonna give you this big ole sermon. Instead, let me paint a few word pictures for you. Some of these scenarios may not take too much imagination.
Imagine your car breaking down on the highway in the middle of nowhere. A tow truck comes along and the driver says, “I know who could fix your car, but I’m not helping you get there.”
Perhaps your basement has flooded. A cleaning service comes to access the situation but tells you, “This place is a mess, but there is nothing I can do about it.”
Or your doctor’s diagnosis is cancer, but refuses you treatment.
You get the idea. Frustration, helplessness and anger can be the recipe for stress levels and blood pressure to skyrocket.
That is why someone broaches the name of Jesus to you. I’m your gal to do that. He works in ways that can astound you. A friendship with this guy can make such a difference in life.
So I blog to tell you how Jesus has been involved in my life. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes it hurts big time. But bottom line, I know he is aware of my situation. It’s a mystery how he always works things out, but it’s always good. It can take time, but it gives me the opportunity to trust.
Stuff will still happen. There have been occasions that I got put out with circumstances that aren’t going my way. But then I remember Jesus’ dad isn’t Santa Claus. He’s God. Usually my heart hasn’t been in the right place, so he waits for me to catch up to his perfect plan.
He wasn’t dragging his heels, I was. Eventually I come around and I hope you do too. If my words mean something to you, I invite you to follow me on this journey.
Better yet, invite Jesus into your life, I promise it will be a ride!