[take my life]

Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • I love that song. I'm a bit "clingy" with my life too. Can I borrow your prayer? (smile)

    My recent post lazysunday

  • Perfect timing for me. Last week I found myself in this sort of boat. I literally cried out for mercy. "God, I DON"T WANT YOUR WAY! Please, help me want to want what you want!!" I even spoke a severe "NO!" to myself a couple of times. I was amazed at his Spirit's willingness to arm me with strength against myself, and for myself.

    • **hug**

      Please, help me want to want what you want! – that's certainly something that i guess gets repeated a lot among the believers… "the spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak…."

  • Got here late today Zee. so much to do! I think you are not alone in your thoughts about how you don't have the strength to give your life away. But i would submit that God says, "That's okay. I will take whatever you will give me and use you to the greatest possible way." I see it somewhat like the man who told Jesus, "I believe. Help my unbelief." I know that is a totally different context but I see that man echoing my thoughts: "here is what I have. I will trust you to use it." Good thoughts today my friend.
    My recent post Did You Say Wait

  • thanks Krissy 🙂 welcome to my blog and i hope you will find it interesting 🙂

  • "… After the third time, it became a prayer…" This happens to many times in my life. IF I just slow down and repeat the words of a chorus, it becomes a prayer. My heart slows. My day slows. And I find myself "having coffee and chatting" with the King of Kings.

    Thanks for the post!
    My recent post Dont Stop Growing vol 8

    • "having coffee and chatting" with the King of Kings definitely sounds very welcoming. i think i might do that a bit later when i'll get a break at work… (i mean, actually have coffee and chat with Him…)

      songs are amazing. they have the way of getting right into your heart the way spoken words can't… and the music helps even more…

  • i completely understand you about forgetting to take a moment with Him because we get too involved in whatever we're doing, and afterwards being too tired for His Word. that has been a major struggle for me lately.

    *hugs* have a good weekend, Ani 🙂

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