There’s lots of fun information, websites & youtube videos on how to do stuff. Indeed, one of my children considered themselves to be an expert with turkey brining having watched a few instructional videos on youtube. Alas, this child’s turkey brining efforts were less than expert on their first effort, even though this child was highly convinced about their proficiency. They made it abundantly clear that my help wasn’t needed nor appreciated – until the disaster was in full execution mode.
This is also what I sense the Holy Spirit telling me. Rather than trying to Do It Myself (DIM), it would be a brighter decision to ask for Divine Help. This means I’m deciding to be open for the Holy Spirit to be my Help, Guide, Truth, Wisdom, Strength, Comfort, . . . .
Stuff I’m good at, I prefer to do. Stuff I’m bad at, not so much. But life requires us to do stuff that’s both difficult & easy. When you find stuff that you’re good at, generally you like to keep doing it & it can be very fulfilling. In contrast, doing stuff you’re not good at can be draining & frustrating.
I say this having just filled out some rather meticulous paperwork that I hope I did right. Suffice it to say that paperwork isn’t so much in my wheelhouse. So the less I do, the better it is for everyone 🙂
But here’s the real deal: my weaknesses provide platform for the Holy Spirit to help & be strong through me. The tricky part for me is to acknowledge that I need Help – not just professional help, but even better, Divine Help! Be sure to grab a copy of my latest book to see how you can walk with Divine Help!