“I don’t want to go to lunch with you (or anybody).”
That was my thought after receiving an invitation to lunch from William Sansing.
But God is doing a work in me, teaching me that people are gateways to His presence and His Love is the key.
“Cast off into the river of God’s grace,” was the Word to me.
So, I went, casting off, seeking to meet God through fellowship with a stranger.
I define “blessing” as what brings me closer to God.
Lunch with William Sansing blessed me.
“When You Said, “Seek My face,”
My heart said to You, “Your face, Lord, I will seek.”
– Psalm 27:8
I may have a gained a friend, perhaps even a brother. The test will be if we continue to share, not only lunch but life. That will require discomfort, risk, humility, grace –action.
Obedience is wildly uncomfortable. But, I so desire God that I’m willing to be uncomfortable, if it means I get more of Him.
So, we outchea.
Originally posted to Facebook here.