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Talking to Him

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There are things that cause me to sigh…
There are things that I have no control…
There are things which grip my heart…

Last night I was reading My Heart-Christ’s Home by Robert Boyd Munger. It is a very simple book on surrendering one’s life to Christ. Munger used a house as an analogy to his heart. Jesus was his guest. As Munger showed Jesus room by room, there were many struggles in following Christ’s way and his way.

There is one particular part that caught my attention. Munger was showing Jesus his bedroom (an analogy of his relationship with his girlfriend. They were having some issues. Jesus said to him, “talk to me about it. Acknowledge the wrong! Take steps to avoid it happening again!

Talk to Him….

My sanctuary is found on the road. A place where I am alone before Him. A place where I found peace and quietness. A place of serenity. A place where I can express my feelings with no hestitation. To someone who has grace to listen wihtout judgement….

As I zip and zoom around the road, my heart will cry before the Lord. It is not very comfortable for me to do so. And I don’t know why. Maybe because I am ashame of my inqualities (perhaps pride?).

My hope is that my Lord will listen and He will comfort. For there are many things I cannot control. Though what I can control is the choice of relying on Him instead of my own strength…

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