There are times we pray safe and there are times we pray dangerous. In the moment of surrender, we declare “Lord, let Your will, not mine be done. Glorify Yourself in my life. Whatever it is you want from me, I’ll do anything.” The anything He chose for me was to walk through a medical condition I didn't expect.
Posts by Karin Fendick
Contributing Writer and Prayer Team
Karin is a handmaiden of the Lord, saved by grace, a worshiper, a poet, a broken heart, a lover of words, His work in progress on the Potter's wheel. She is hungry for truth and amazed by love. After five years in Africa, Karin and Rick (her beloved husband of twenty years), are back in rural Canada where chronic pain drives her to the feet of Jesus. She is powered by prayer, love, and many cups of strong coffee. She is the author of From Ashes to Glory (A Psalm a Day).
God used my dog to teach me a lesson about priorities. Do other things get in our way of knowing what is important?
What perfect timing! Tears were flowing down my cheeks. God wasn’t overwhelmed by me. He was giving me His own “Have at it!”
Does it upset me that things seem to grow more difficult with each passing day? Of course! Yet, weak or strong, God's strength is sufficient. Instead of dwelling on my inability, may I always remember that He can do all things, even through one as weak as me.