I haven’t blogged for a few days because living in limbo distracts my thoughts. I’ll admit that my *walk-by-faith-not-by-sight shoes are pinching my toes and blisters are forming, but *I press onward to the goal of God’s call upon my life.
The pain is temporary, but the blisters remind me that the journey with the Lord is not an easy path. We’ll get there. *God has a perfect plan and *purpose for His glory.
I’m still in Nebraska packing. My husband is still in Montana working. He’ll be here to finish the packing and cleaning with me this weekend. The movers come on Wednesday. We sign the closing papers on Friday…and then we’ll be homeless.
Three weeks ago, we placed an offer on a house with compromises to our criteria. Sadly, the deal became a frustration and last night came to an end.
Disappointed, relieved, and overwhelmed is how I felt when the decision had to be made. Yet, I slept well and woke filled with *the peace which surpasses all understanding.
The house hunt will resume. Our belongings will go into storage. And God will be praised for *this momentary, light affliction, which produces *endurance and growth.
So, we’ll continue to live in limbo because *this world is not our permanent home and we look with great anticipation to a home yet to come.
*referenced scriptures: 2 Corinthians 5:7; Philippians 3:14; Jeremiah 29:11; Romans 8:28; Philippians 4:7; 2 Corinthians 4:17-18; James 1:2-4; Hebrews 13:14