Buried alive is, buried alive whether it be in dishes, laundry, words or to do lists. Any of those before mentioned situations leave you feeling exhausted and hopeless. As a mother you could be buried in the middle of all of those scenarios at the same time.
Frenzied with the back to school rush, I sat perched in the middle of a mountainous mass of clothing desperately throwing items into three stacks in the hopes of reaching a ‘manageable’ amount before me. One load goes off to Goodwill. A second to the outfits for now pile and a third to the clothes they will grow into later heap.
Advice given should also be quickly sorted, so that we do not become entrapped under a pile that steals our very breathe. We are bombarded daily, moment-to-moment with what we should, could, maybe and might do. Sort these messages according to God’s wisdom.
Some of the things, let’s go with most things the world says should go into the rejection pile. The second batch of advice we should heed immediately for our own safety. The third message may be stored for later because it’s depth of meaning needs further exploration or it has relevance for future use.
Few things spoken or written have had any impact on me that were not directly taken from God’s Word or were steeped in God’s wisdom.
We cannot have an impact on others without knowledge and use of the Word of God. Our message will go into the rejection pile- were it rightfully belongs.
James 3:17 But the wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure; then peace-loving, considerate, submissive, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere.
Prayer: Lord steep me in Your Word, light me on fire with it’s wisdom and power. Let my words be aligned with and point toward Your Word and will. Grant me wisdom to reject messages that lead my thoughts and deeds away from You.