Today, let’s focus on the places of your day!
Those places you actually go. It may feel pretty weird if you are getting out after being restricted for over a year… and maybe you are ready. And, maybe you aren’t quite ready.
Sometimes going anywhere is a treat!
Or, you may have restrictions on your movement due to any number of reasons, so it is definitely about where your mind goes…
Where you go and how you get there isn’t really the point. But do consider the places of your day. Sometimes we are “in a place” and we haven’t moved a muscle. Other times we dread going to a certain place or, at the very least, it brings up uncomfortable memories. Sometimes we are in a mood and I definitely consider that a place — even though it is more of a place of emotion.
Sometimes we are in a place of grief, disappointment, discouragement, disillusionment….
And, sometimes we are in a place of joy, peace, contentment, wonder…
Sometimes all of those places happen within the space of a day. Where we are makes a difference. Presenting all of the above to God is important because it is an opportunity to recognize where we are — in heart, in spirit, and in body.
Even more importantly, let’s let Him be our dwelling place — whether or not we are moving about we can always be in connection with God — being sustained by Him — and recognizing our place with Him from sunrise to the darkness of the night.
Lord, you have been our dwelling place
throughout all generations.
Before the mountains were born
or you brought forth the whole world,
from everlasting to everlasting you are God. Psalm 90:1-2 NIV
Thank you, Barb, for the verse!