Details on Racing the Storm at Sunset
24 x 36 inches
Sailboat Painting... Contemporary Palette knife boat painting.
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©Laurie Pace Graphics One Design 1998-2011
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Preparation, NO wait, that's not it.... WAIT.
Are we ever fully prepared in life?
Many of us really try hard to the point we try and control everything around us to get there.
Obviously the Christmas season in the USA is lights, glitter and action from the middle of October until the 26th of December. The media gets it into our blood and we respond to the noise and color battered at us on TV, Radio and in the stores and malls. The results are huge. We spend more money, go further in debt, eat richer foods, drink more and are miserable after Christmas. Why do we do this?
Spiritual living requires waiting. God does everything in His time, not ours. We are confronted with this daily as we try to push things in a direction and it never seems to work. Learning to wait and be attentive to Him is critical to spiritual living. Letting go of our 'agenda of preparedness' comes first.
Learning to wait and be open to life and not swayed by our own plans is truly a challenge in this household. God is here... He has been here. He is still waiting on me, sitting back just watching me stir things around into a bigger mess. Only when I stop stirring it up and sit down and wait upon the Lord, will I become aware of Him in my life.
In these last days of Advent I encourage you to Wait upon the Lord...don't worry about being prepared for all the 'stuff' going on... let it go. Walk away and go sit in a quiet place and put yourself in Him.
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Words of my heart, Laurie
"But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint." Isaiah 40:31
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