Patience

Patience

There are those times in life that all seems to be daunting. It would appear that the other person has it all together. There is something about having a specific title or purpose in life that makes life have meaning. I was thinking today at church that this is not true. The person with the great career, the money, the good social standing. I am not any less than that person. In fact my struggles are the same. What is it that my life is purposed after, am I a taker, or a giver? I want to be one that people look back on and say, “that Chris, he alway’s was there to help when I was down.” I don’t want to store up wealth, but through wisdom, give it back to God’s people. What is money anyhow, it is a tool that God gives when we need it. It is something that can also cause a great chasm.

This picture of my backpack is something that I find as an opening into the unknown. I desire more of God. I want to know His heart more and more. I want to have time to listen to HIm. This place that the picture is taken is in what we call the honey bowl. a place filled with bear and wildlife, a place that is 3 miles from the nearest car, and the gateway to a paradise. A place filled with silence and the presence of God. I plan on spending more time here. time to listen, a time to learn and grow.