When heading to risky and dangerous behaviour, according to the World's standards, because we follow the voice of God, the fear of looking foolish or being hurt will keep us from doing amazing things in God.
How much do we trust God to take care of our body, defend our dignity, or give us pleasure? How much do we trust Him to care for our very soul?
Lately a friend of mine has been asking a question of Christians that he knows, it goes something like this; "Are we to be led by the Holy Spirit in all things or just when we think we need help?" He hones it, when when he discusses it further, to where the person is at. But mostly he is challenging those around him that maybe we ought to reconsider how quickly, or slowly in most cases, we listen to the voice of God. He is coming to the conclusion that most Christians feel that they can just handle God's work and he is sure they cannot.
I will be unable to say anything here even if I could organize all that is running through my mind just like dust bunnies in a house with fourty-four toddlers, I just don't possess a big enough dust mop at the moment. Nor will I be around to visit anyone after tomorrow and even tomorrow it is dicy because I have so much to do to get us down to the fair and looking fairly descent. If you're in Puyallup stop on by The Fair, we'll be in J barn from Wednesday morning (bright and early) till Sunday night.
And know my Dear Reader, God is right there with you, above you, below you, on the left, on the right, in front and behind, and He desires to speak with you, if you would only please put your agenda aside and listen, if you listened close enough and repentant of your own ways enough so that you could participate in His Kingdom.