Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Not Home Yet

I woke up this morning to Steven Curtis Chapman’s new “Long Way Home” going through my head. Then, it just happened to be the song that came on the radio when I got in my car to head to work.  And the line And I know sometimes it feels like we’re going the wrong way continues to go through my head today.

Things are up in the air right now with Rocky looking for a teaching gig and as we seek out God’s path and his calling for both of us.  We like Billings.  It feels like home. But it’s not.  It’s the reason we have such a hard time being content: we will never find home on this earth.

I do believe God speaks to me through song.  And I’ve been stressed lately about everything that is up in the air.  I think this was His way of reminding me to stop worrying about it.  That whether our earthly home is in Billings or somewhere else, as long as I’m making the journey with Rocky and my girls, the stops along the way don’t matter.  He is leading us home.

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