Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Just Thinking

If you are distrubed God will comfort you. If you are comfort God will distrubed you. Some one shared that last night in our bible study. She has been thinking about it for a few days now. How very true I just wanted to share that with you to think about.

Here is what I've been thinking about. Chioces! We wake up each morning and we are faced with choices. We choose what to wear, eat and do that day. Yes people around us and the weather "help" us make our choices. But there are the choices only we can make. Like sharing when the phone rings and know it is someone who just loves to talk. You will make you own choice on what to share. Keep it pure and gossip free or just talk carelessly. You choose what words you will say and how you will react based on information you recieve.

Here is where I'm going with this. I want to see my dad give his life to Christ however it is his choice. I made the choice to make sure dad has all the information. I've shared and Praise to my Lord, Dad said yes to a visit from my pastor. If Dad chooses to say no to Christ I will grieve but I will also accept I've done every thing God has asked of me and it is Dad's choice and Dad is the only one who can make it.


Kathy said...

That's right, you can only do so much. And that is all you are expected to do. I will continue to pray for your Dad's salvation. I'm glad he will have the visit from the pastor.

Penless Thoughts said...

"Choose you this day whom you will serve." It is a daily choice and that is why the Word says "This day". Good thoughts, Sandi.
Susan said...

Hi Sandi, Kelly hooked up the key board for me before she left for work and I am out visiting my friends! You have a good post today and I will add your Dad to my prayer list for his salvation. Love and Hugs Grams

Sharon Brumfield said...

I am so glad that he was open to the visit.
I will pray.

My Dad's Mom was in her late 60's when she became a Christian.
He was in the ministry and had been praying and speaking to her about the Lord for years.

BP said...

I will say a prayer for your Dad.

Denise said...

Never give up my friend. God blessed me by letting me be able to lead my momma to salvation in november of 2006, she was 72. She passed away in april of 2007. God never stops working.