I don’t always know what I am doing.
I don’t usually know how on earth things will get done.
The time I am given seems a sliver in comparison to what is needed, yet God provides time for what it needed, and I swear–he knows if I could keep going I would–so he gave me (us) limits until we wear our glorified bodies. #RestIsAThing
I don’t know all the answers to many questions I have.
I never “feel” ready for what is set in my lap, lovely or not.
Mostly, I learn as I go because God typically puts me in places before I fully realize where I am, or know what to do, or how to handle a situation. Maybe he knew before I did (sarcasm there..I promise you he knew)–that I would be a hands-on learner and needed to be pushed from the nest to avoid being overly cautious. Because I’ve always been cautious. But sometimes he wants us to feel that wind beneath our wings before our muscle feels fully developed. He knows the muscle has a better chance of actually getting stronger this way than if we were just sitting, waiting on the perfect auditory training lesson.
If this is the case–where lies the verbal testimony of perseverance?
How can I explain my faith to someone if I can’t make full sense of it myself?
Why People Who Don’t Know It All, Know Much
Flapping By Faith
Is there some area of your life you’ve been dipped into where you look around and see ten thousand others who are better qualified?
Let that wind beneath your wings build your muscle as you learn to flap in air pockets you’d never thought you’d be able to take on, lest you saw it with your own eyes.
Your story is moving hearts toward greater purpose; one where watchers’ faith grows as they see you struggle, survive–then spiritually thrive.
Explaining A Mystery
If you are asked WHY or HOW (do you do it?) by someone, know that a casual conversation, less magical and spiritual–will suffice. You may find yourself saying, “I don’t know how I am doing this. I just keep showing up and somehow, God provides.” #YourLifeSpeaksLouderThanWords
We don’t have to have all the right answers with bells and whistles tumbling out. Just tell the truth and let God use it to give them something to chew on. In my personal faith-walk, quiet confidence has always spoken to me more than boisterous, “right” sounding answers ever did.
I love you all. Praying for you. Drop your prayer requests below if you have new ones!
- Marketing #WildHope (see below)
- Outlining Book Three (can’t wait to share the title!!)
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Wild Hope: Six years have passed since these childhood friends last saw one another, but when rubber meets the road, loyalty fights hard. #inspirationalromance
“Meghan has done it again with her second inspirational romance set in small town America. I laughed and I cried, as I became totally immersed in the lives of Jude and Corrie and their families. This is a “clean romance” that I would be glad to share with my young adult friends too. Heavy subjects of domestic abuse, grieving & loss, and life’s direction are woven throughout the pages of this story. Yet the author finds ways to keep the subjects handled with much grace and truth, so that the reader is drawn in to consider heavy issues in their own lives. Underneath it all is the sure foundation of safety that is found in living a life with God. I highly recommend this book!” – Bettie Gilbert, Amazon review
“Captivates the reader with her characters and their personal stories. I thoroughly enjoyed the first book of this series, Organic Love, but WILD HOPE takes the series to a new level of reader enjoyment. I liked the way Weyerbacher switches the story teller. Corrie’s view. Jude’s view. It’s as though the reader can really get into the character’s head. Great story. Clean reading. Addresses some real life issues – I highly recommend for readers 16 years and older with a handle on real life and true life. Good job.” – Susan Shipe
“I loved this romance set in a small town in Colorado. The characters are believable and interesting- and they had me deeply invested in their outcome. There’s also a fun sense of humor and delightful details throughout the pages. I highly recommend!” – Dawn Klinge
Will share more next week…
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*I’ve been focusing on all things sunshine to help my own heart, even changing my profile which I see often, to a favorite photo of me at a time in my life when I first started my “looking for the good” journey. It reminds me of the sun/Son, and so–I have my own soulish reasons for posting certain photos. You do too, right?