Posted by: vftmom247 | 2011/09/10

Impulse musings

The Impulse does strike me as very Germanic today.  Of course, the fact that the German furniture is getting relocated and the Germans in the household are in full… well, Germanic mode, may have something to do with that.

High stress week here.  The last of the stuff is getting sorted into ‘Germany/Covecrest’, ‘Charity’ and ‘Storage’ piles.  I am Covecrest-bound on Tuesday as much to remind myself of why we’re doing this, and why all the emotional and physical chaos is worth it as anything.  Yes, I do firmly believe that God is calling us to be missionaries in Germany still.

The females (human and canine- Scout loathes seeing furniture disappear) in the family are just struggling mightily with whether that means we have to give up all things.  If we were faced with a forest fire, and had to evacuate, of course, we wouldn’t take as much stuff.    The rich man in the Gospel was not moving away from all that was familiar to him, though, and was an adult.  Although when you walk with Jesus, there is no telling where you will wind up.

All will be well, eventually, but getting to eventually is currently a pain in the neck.  To be totally candid.



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