Pastor Wrinkles: The Lenten Journey Pt. 22


Well our group coaching session didn’t happen today.  Our coach was ill and with winter storm Saturn roaring down upon us  promising another foot of snow we won’t have a make-up day for a few weeks. Oh well, blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of shape! Still I am a little sad. 😦


water under the bridge!

water under the bridge!

It’s hard to believe that we are more than half way through the season of Lent. Resurrection Day is right around the corner! This is a season preparing the body for new life… new direction…change!

God has been speaking to our lead pastor about changes coming. Oh, how my heart longs to see what things God has in store for those of us who are believing for forward advance. I am not so naive as to believe that those changes will come without curves, twists or bumps in the road, but I am OK with what may come because I know that” God works all things together for good for those who love God and who are called according to His purpose.” (Ro. 8:28) I am more settled in my heart than ever before. I am in love with the Savior of the world AND  He has called me to the kingdom for exactly this time. I know that I know that I know that I am where I need to be. Further I am doing what God wants me to be doing.

Here are a few questions for the day:

Are you at peace with your position?

What has to change?

What is your mission?

What things in life need to change so that you can fulfill that mission?

I look forward to your answers.


8 thoughts on “Pastor Wrinkles: The Lenten Journey Pt. 22

  1. I love Romans 8:28, Pastor J–and yes, I’m at peace with my position. As far as a mission, I don’t have much long-range view–God keeps me centered in the Now, so my mission is to show up each day and see what’s on the agenda, and follow it through. No complaints, so far. God bless you and the fam–love, sis Caddo

    • Praise God for the ability to keep your eyes on the day Sis. It is an issue for me I am constantly trying to reign my mind ion and focus on what I am doing. My mind often tempts me to the sin of worry.

  2. I definitely feel some big changes coming and yes, I am at peace with it. Normally I do not like change but these last couple of months God is preparing me mentally for His changes that are coming. What a time this is that we are living in the anticipation in my heart of His return is so great. Praise God that we are one day closer!

  3. At peace with my position?
    Yes. My God is supplying all my needs and assures me by His guidance that I am where He wants me, doing what He wants me to do. When I stray from the path, He draws me back.

    My mission is to follow faithfully: whatever, wherever, whenever. I need to focus on that and ALWAYS be ready to respond.

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