A lot of us can sympathize with Matthew Winters. It’s time to refocus on what’s most important, weed out the unnecessary, and put Jesus Christ first. I would add that sweeping our own driveways and parking lots of all the things that may puncture our spiritual tires is also vitally important.
Matthew Winters (Honest Thoughts from a Pastor)
Have you ever been at a point in your life where the “air was out of your tires”? I’m there right now. The energy of things surrounding the holidays has left me feeling lifeless as I begin 2019. The atmosphere is the same at work. I guess we are all worn out from our various life activities.
I’m glad it’s the weekend. This is a time to rest, reflect, and reboot. We all need to take time to slow down the pace and do some things we really enjoy rather than simply fulfilling responsibilities. One pastor wrote an article several years ago, describing this issue as going from duty to delight. I find that to be accurate. I want to be able to find delight once again in my duties.
As I write, I think about another “r” word I didn’t include in the last paragraph – refocus. Colossians 3…
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One response to “What Just Let the Air Out of My Tires?”
I agree. Though I am not a pastor, I have duties to others. I need to study more to answer questions about my beliefs and know the Holy Spirit’s voice when I am supposed to run the race(with heart not feet:). Ty.:))