When life seems to be going full speed and we have no idea how we’re supposed to do everything thing we want to do, it can be hard not to push ourselves right into a state of hurry or panic. Instead of slowing down to think, we often take the wheel and go full throttle until we hit a wall, and we’re forced to stop. These reads urge us to consider God’s plan and His timing as we consider life’s pauses and struggles when we feel inspired, and how we move through them:
1. DesiringGod contributor Joseph Tenney uses Interruption Is God’s Invitation to explore what it may look like if we viewed holy interruption as a vessel for productivity and creativity instead of an enemy.
2. Writer Anna Rendell shares a beautiful post on (in)courage called On Embracing What the Trees Know. And in it, she beckons us to take a look at nature and see what we can learn from it about Truth and the process of dying to self.
This is Day 30 of the series, 31 Days of Inspired Living. In this series, I’ll explore what I think it looks like to find the inspiration that makes us better. I’ll also offer some encouragement for your journey. In case you missed a day, you can find previous posts in the series here.