although i well know that during the course of a week, if i do not get at least one personal day of quiet, away from people, that it is a very bad thing for myself and those around me, when it happens, i am always surprised at how quickly it all falls apart.

last weekend was boot camp for the poland mission next month, so friday and saturday i was away. sunday was the usual activity accompanied by the unusual activity of a friend's 40th birthday party... all of it good, but all keeping me from even two consecutive hours of solitude.

all this adds up to the fact that this week, i am not a good version of me.

i don't even like this girl... she has a short fuse, low tolerance for whatever she considers stupidity, and she worries way too much... especially about all the details of the mission trip.

what a coincidence {sarcasm} that today's MUFHH entry deals with worry...

if we are obsessed by God, nothing else can get into our lives— not concerns, nor tribulation, nor worries. and now we understand why our Lord so emphasized the sin of worrying. how can we dare to be so absolutely unbelieving when God totally surrounds us? to be obsessed by God is to have an effective barricade against all the assaults of the enemy. {oswald chambers}

i have no problem about being obsessed. it would take many words to relate the tales of all the things i have been obsessed about and with in my life, but sadly, i have to admit that God would not be near the top of the list.

today's challenge = being obsessed by God

what will it look like...?


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