Thinking Too Much

I just came across a note a girl who belongs to a religious cult wrote to my wife recently. This girl is very far from home. My wife took her under her wing and spoke to her about Jesus Christ for the little time they had together. In the note, this 20 year old who still looks and acts like a precious child with so much enthusiasm and zeal, wrote that she loves my wife very much. But sadly her spiritual eyes and ears are still closed as she rejects the Gospel for a man made one she was always taught. My heart just breaks for this girl who is deceived.  She is so sweet and loving and yet without Christ.

I think a lot when I’m alone. Not about philosophy or the meaning of life. I have God so that kind of searching ended many years ago. I’m just naturally contemplative. I can look at someone and be thinking a million thoughts about them and they wouldn’t even know it. I go for a drive and think about how everything I am seeing will one day no longer exist when God creates a new earth.

These are the things I think about and it’s very heavy to carry. But I wouldn’t change any of it.

6 thoughts on “Thinking Too Much

  1. When the end times come, I am prepared. Without Jesus, I would be in despair, but I am not. I am acutely flawed. He knows it. I know it. He has forgiven me and continues to forgive me. I am only human. We aren’t waiting for my shoe to drop durinng the Rapture. It already did. God picked it up and it’s waiting for me in heaven. I follow the Lord willingly. I know where I’ll be.

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  2. I think similarly too. I was once with an old friend and was sitting looking at some birds and thought how the very same God that created them came here on earth and was among man. He walked among His own creation. Some thoughts are just so intense and mind blowing it’s hard to fully grasp or process in the moment. When I think that deeply and just sit and meditate on the abundance of ways God shows up in our lives and is faithful to us, I am in awe of Him. I need to mediate on Him more but recently my mind has been on thins it ought not. I hope to redirect my thoughts onto the Holy One our Lord God and Savior.

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