Ian Thomas once said, “Unless you are prepared to let go of what you are, you’ll never become what God intended you to be.”
David needed a prophet to parabolzie his situation and then spell things out for him before he realized what he had done. But it didn’t take long for David to come back to his knees, pouring his heart out to God, which brings us to Psalms 51.
Even in my subconscious I was pulling away from Him. But, let me tell you something about my God — about our God. He is persistent.
“Our relationships with the people around us are important, yes. God gave us fellowship with others for a reason, yes. But they should be secondary, supplementary, to ours with Christ. “
“What are your beliefs? What is it about God and your church that you hold dear? Times are changing and it's never been more important to know where you want to be cemented.”
“The worst thing you can do is relish in your loneliness — get comfortable in your discomfort.”
“What we need is to make better use of the time we are given . . . point is that sometimes you need to put yourself first.”