Its good to be back home, where you know the only nastiness on the remote is your own nastiness. This week has left me a little brain dead, so I have a simple thought to share this morning. Last week I finally finished Crazy Love by Francis Chan. This sentence has stuck with me:
I concur with Annie Dillard, who once said, “How we live our day is…. how we live our lives.” We each need to discover for ourselves how to live this day in faithful surrender to God as we “continue to work out [our] salvation with fear and trembling”(Philippians 2:12).
I agree as well. And that’s why its important to focus on your days, for they comprise your life. And that’s also why I think vacations are good. They allow you to step away from your day and evaluate if they are adding up to the life you want. Next week I will be doing that, and there may be some guest bloggers keeping the buffetting going.
13But encourage one another daily, as long as it is called Today, so that none of you may be hardened by sin’s deceitfulness. (Hebrews 3:13 (New International Version))