A brief pause

Post General Synod I really have the sense of the importance to get close to God, hear His heart and wait in Him.

I think it takes a while to be able to start seeing clearly again after such an intense time, and I am aware of the need for and the value in this. I’ve plenty of thoughts and ideas to share, but at the moment they’re a little incoherent and as such not sure of the value of sharing.

Better, I think, to take some time that my heart may come closer to His.

So, I’m here, just pressing the pause button for a short while…..

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4 Responses to A brief pause

  1. Marg Ellen says:

    I was getting a little worried about your absnece but had a sense this was what you were doing. I know, Pete, that in your pause for refrshment and refueling you will hear God’s heart and deliver his meassage in God’s time.
    God bless,

  2. Pauline Bettney says:

    I agree Peter. But those weblogs become pretty addictive. I have a book called “Finding Calm in the Chaos” Kathleen Bostrom, and the Lord pointed me to a page entitled “The Clean Up Club”, which was a pretty funny way to describe what we are about. Rest in the Lord.

  3. faithwalk says:

    Peter, this is wisdom. As read this I felt the Holy Spirit nudging me to do the same. In some ways the transition back here has been the most difficult yet. Like postpartum depression…

    Blessings to you and do keep in touch. I’ll be praying.

  4. Peter says:

    I felt it was difficult for you Susan, back to ‘normal’ life – whatever that is!

    Thanks all for your kind words.

    Blessings,

    Peter

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