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My Washing Machine Life.

Tuesday, April 02, 2013

April finds me still where I was in December. I do fine for a few weeks then I slide. It isn't pretty and is very frustrating but during those times of slide, I don't care. I am so focused on what happened to throw me into the slide I just don't care. Then I pull myself together and rush back it to watching what I eat and exercise. It is a cycle I'm praying about. Begging God to fix is more realistic. I always seems I have intense things happening in my life. I try to convince myself that is normal but during the emotional ups/downs it seems overwhelming. As Mother Theresa said," I know God won't give me more than I can handle, I just wish he didn't trust me with so much." So I battle is this Me or God? Life can be so wishy-washy.
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    emoticon I understand how you feel. I get into a good routine with exercise and nutrition, and then life happens and it all goes backwards.
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    I believe that statement by Mother Teresa is taken out of context of Scripture. It is spoken in 1 Cor. 10:13 in association with facing temptation and coupled with His provision of the way of escape: which is Him and His power at work in us. Life and scripture proves over and over that God will allow things in life to become more than we can bear when faced without Him so we will turn to Him. The only way we can bear up under any trial is by His grace supply to us. And we feel overwhelmed by trials when our eye is on the storm instead of on Christ who overcomes the storm and empowers us to walk on the water despite the waves. Praying for both of us to get out of the cycle and walk on top of that water with Him.
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