Dear Invisible God

Ever been in a season where you're flat out annoyed?  

Yep…welcome to my current world. 

My current life season is unlike anything I’ve experienced yet.   The past few years I’ve been through painful times and abundant times, but recently…I’ve been straight up annoyed.  

God is trying to teach me how to love Him more than ANYTHING else —more than a promise, more than a person, more than a dream —and it is extremely uncomfortable. He is also teaching me how to believe Him even when my circumstances scream the exact opposite of what He is declaring.  

I must admit, I’ve had more days of questioning and doubts the past few months than I've probably ever had in my life. 

But heres what I know…

This kind of season is where great faith is built.  This is where heroes in the faith learned to live with the conviction of the existence of this invisible God —the one they could not see or touch but yet they loved with their entire beings.   

And though the days of feeling peaceful and confident do not come without a fight, I know that I will see the Lord come through.  He always does.  

So for now I’ll keep choosing to believe.  

For now, I’ll keep thanking Him in advance. 

Bold faith stands on the shoulders of quiet trust
— Bill Johnson
You love him even though you have never seen him. Though you do not see him now, you trust him; and you rejoice with a glorious, inexpressible joy.
— 1 Peter 1:8

(And heres a spontaneous song I've been singing to the Lord this past week)