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Sometimes I wonder


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I often wonder


I often wonder if this life is so far from reality that when dead will I look back and see how foolishly I wasted time with worry.

I often wonder if even one of the things that keep me up at night will even register as important in eternity.

How many nights do I toss and turn over things that float on the surface and have no real bearing on my life.

Is God standing there with His arms out waiting for me to trust what is already in His plan.

I wonder why I compare my life to yours?

We are not living the same story so why would I even think to compare?

From 30,000 feet is anything that concerns me really a problem?

I often wonder how much life I’m wasting thinking of things that have little meaning.

I wonder.



One of things I love about working with people who have different abilities (formerly know as disabled) is that they understand what’s important and what doesn’t matter.

We are producing a series of videos explaining the world from their point of view.

I learn more every day.

But I’m a slow learner and habits and old patterns are hard to break.

I wonder what the world would be like if more of us thought like Jimmy.

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I finished reading a great book by John Bevere called the Awe of God. It had a quote that came to my mind when I read your post, I hope you find it of some comfort.


The remarkable thing about God is that when you fear God, you fear nothing else, whereas if you do not fear God, you fear everything else. Oswald


Our fear of God is holy fear, not to be scared of God and thereby withdraw from Him. It is to be terrified of being away from, Him.

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