Go FAST!!!!

I’m a go fast person – snowboard fast, travel fast, a few speeding tickets, etc. I like to go fast, but I’m also learning that from time to time, I can get burned by my need for speed.
Here are some examples:
*character is the result of small choices made over minutes, hours, days, weeks & years
*relationships don’t foster depth & richness at the same speed as microwave popcorn
*trust requires time & consistency
*our relationship with God can become increasingly fruitful the longer we stay committed to God

Fast is good, but sometimes slow is better ,)



Whewwwwwwwwww! That is really a tough one for me as LIFE seems to go by soooooooo fast. Being the next generational step in front of you I look back and “”how did my kids just turn 40, they were only -how many times had I heard that but to experience it. Wow! Maybe we’re all trying to play beat the clock, but nobody ever does except born again true believers in the long run. All of us are wearing out ourselves before our time. My daughters heart rate was up quite a bit, and I told her she was just wearing out he adrenal glands./ pancreas always on go like the house was on fire. No matter how strong your heart is – it only has so many beats. But us true believers – heck with the natural laws of nature – we got faith hmmmmmm really. Yet, it all boils down to what Christ said in Matthew 6:25-34. The only rub to that is when we get into a jam, then we wished we would have been better attendants to our money, our health, our retirement, our relationships.
Listening to TD Jakes this am and he had a good point. We all run / hurry / go fast to try and save a few bucks at “black Friday ugghhh”, but who rememebers what they got on their 14th birtday or that Christmas – so what is really important about going fast??????

My spouse and I stumbled over here from a different page and thought I may as well check things out.
I like what I see so now i am following you. Look forward to going over your web page repeatedly.

Leave a Reply