One of the things I’m learning as I walk out this journey is that I am really not alone. Oh, I feel alone a lot of the time, but I’m really not.
When I am struggling, in the thousands that make up my church, others are struggling too. When I am fearful, in the people that make up the staff of my church, there are those who are fearful too. When I am sad, defeated, broken by pride and shame, my family is sad, defeated, broken too.
And when I don’t know what God is saying, where He is leading me, others are questioning too.
Yesterday, I heard one of our great leaders express this. We know something is coming. We know God has great plans for us, individually and corporately. We just aren’t seeing it. God isn’t answering our questions right now.
So what do we do?
Admittedly, I tend to start answering my own questions. “I should do this or that.” I get angry at the vacuum, depressed because I am unseen. I build walls and protect.
God suggested a new tactic as I talked this over with Him.
“You can dance.”
It would be easy for me to tell you what that means. But I think it really means different things for different people. So rather than explain myself.
I’m just going to dance.
Love you guys!