There are days when I awake and simply do not desire God. Rather than desiring God, I discover a hollow place in my heart. It’s dry. Empty. Barren.
I immediately know that something–rather–someone is missing.
Whenever this happens, my only refuge is to think about my faith in Christ and what it all means (sometimes even this is not without its challenges).
He loves me. Unconditionally. Eternally.
He died for me.
He intercedes for me.
And as I begin to recall and ponder these deep biblical truths and promises, a peace takes over–no doubt the peace of Philippians 4:7–which often leads to prayer and reading the Word.
These are the things that I find myself doing when I awake and simply do not desire God and his ways. I thought I’d share…