Releasing Human Will

As I ponder this today, I think of when I am struggling, it is because human will is attempting to be in control.  Then, when I turn to God and release human will, it is like the morning mist and distorted images that it contains dissolving in the presence of the sunlight.  Humanly, we often think of “turning to God” as a state of passiveness, when actually, it is a very active exercise.

Praying with Colossians 3:15 bring peace as it states “Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace.  And be thankful.”

Rural Reflection

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