Do you ever feel like you are floundering trying to find answers?  Do you ever go through life blindly taking steps? Faith means taking steps even if I cannot see the path in front of me.  Today I am feeling blind and having trouble articulating exactly what we will be doing in Nairobi.

"Jesus, thanks for your example. Father, I am available. Holy Spirit, make me like Jesus."
We are praying for more clarity. God has a plan. It is assured through these words below.

10-16Sing to God a brand-new song,
   sing his praises all over the world!
Let the sea and its fish give a round of applause,
   with all the far-flung islands joining in.
Let the desert and its camps raise a tune,
   calling the Kedar nomads to join in.
Let the villagers in Sela round up a choir
   and perform from the tops of the mountains.
Make God's glory resound;
   echo his praises from coast to coast.
God steps out like he means business.
   You can see he's primed for action.
He shouts, announcing his arrival;
   he takes charge and his enemies fall into line:
   "I've been quiet long enough.
   I've held back, biting my tongue.
But now I'm letting loose, letting go,
   like a woman who's having a baby—
Stripping the hills bare,
   withering the wildflowers,
Drying up the rivers,
   turning lakes into mudflats.
But I'll take the hand of those who don't know the way,
   who can't see where they're going.
I'll be a personal guide to them,
   directing them through unknown country.
I'll be right there to show them what roads to take,
   make sure they don't fall into the ditch.
These are the things I'll be doing for them—
   sticking with them, not leaving them for a minute." (Isaiah 42:16, The Message)


  1. You and your family are always in my prayers, Brad. I am sorry we have fallen out of touch---I would love to sit with you and hear what you have to say about your vision so far, even if some of it remains unclear for now.


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