01 June 2010

Tuesdays Unwrapped - Lesson

I'm not on my home computer, or my laptop. This system of Mom's is connected to high-speed which is surely a plus, but screen resolution is set in a way that makes it clumsy to read and or write blog posts.

I find myself clicking blindly when icons and boxes do not appear as they should.

And I know that God has a lesson in here for me somewhere.

Today I am unwrapping the reflection of myself when I try to walk through this life on my own without His wisdom and His vision. Every now and then I get lucky and hit on the right thing, but most often I just click away getting nowhere.

I am reminded of an old hymn -- "I need Thee, O I need Thee; Every hour I need Thee; O bless me now, my Savior, I come to Thee"

Lord, my life is best in Your hands. Thank You for the gentle reminder this morning.

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Duane Scott said...

This is a powerful thought! I too, sometimes walk blindly through life, feeling like I'm evidently on the right path even though I've just accidently just hit the "right" button.

Great metaphor!

Elizabeth @claritychaos said...

And now I have that song playing in my head. :)

Whenever I'm transcribing something and I finally look at the screen and realize I had my hands one key off, therefore producing a mash of nonsense on the screen, I always think it's got to be a metaphor for something. :) This reminded me of that.