It’s been 4.5 years since I’ve posted on this blog. Life has come and gone, and I’ve managed to “be still.” Though perhaps the only “be stilling” has been that I’ve been still from engaging in this spiritual practice of pondering God’s activity in my life and the world around me in the writings of this post.
Yet, I believe it’s time for me to “pick up the pen” again, so to speak, and share my God-touch moments. If for nothing else, it’s a spiritual discipline for me, something that I yearn for to align or re-align my Spirit life with the One who created, redeemed and sanctifies me.
In a way, I’ve had my fill. Full of me, that is. And now it’s time to acknowledge God’s activity within me and in the world. A new beginning perhaps?
I will be Spirit-pondering each morning on the Moravian Daily Texts (If you want to read the full entry each day, click on the Daily Texts on the navigating bar at the top of this blog – you can also register to receive them daily in your inbox). This is also a spiritual discipline entrusted to me and my fellow cohorts in a holy huddle of sorts that meets weekly to grow deeper into Discipleship Leadership Training.
So today’s text comes from Deuteronomy 6: 11-12, which says, “When you have eaten your fill, take care that you do not forgot the Lord.” Yes, today is a new beginning of rediscovering this God who who fills me up and sends me out into this world to be God’s hands and feet, lest I forget.
Join me when you can, and we’ll huddle together to Spirit-ponder anew.