Thursday, September 24, 2009

Silence

I have been suffering from a little writer's block on this blog lately.

I know why, I have been running on empty. I started a new part-time job. I started working out with a trainer last night. I have had a headache that comes everyday. But, none of these things are really contributing to why I am running on empty.

The past week I have been too busy to pray, too busy to read my Bible, etc. So it is no wonder that when I sit down to write, I am struggling. I love to sit down and have His Word flow through me and onto this page. But right now there is a lot of silence. I know that He is here, but I know that I need to make a little more time for Him. He is patiently waiting for me to put down the computer, pick up my Bible and give Him my full attention.

So I am going to send you over to a couple of posts that I read today that I loved. Becky over at Farmgirl Paints shared about God's will. Jennifer over at Getting Down with Jesus wrote yesterday about Singing our Prayers. Check both of these ladies out, I think they will inspire you. As for me, it is time to put my computer down and start reading! Have a wonderful day.

5 comments:

April said...

Amy you seem to be like such an amazing person and have a great site here. Things will get easier, just have to be patient in Gods work, something I need to do myself. I too am having a blogging rut, hopefully we can help eachother out. :) Your like super woman with all that you have going on!

Diana {The Princess Escapades} said...

I know that feeling. Hugs!!

Wendy @ All in a Day's Thought said...

I hope you get some meaningful time with God in. I love Jennifer's blog. Going to check out the other one.
~ Wendy

Collette@Jesuslovesmums said...

I am sure you will get into a new routine! You have new things going on and it always takes a while to adjust to that. I found that when Jacob started school!
Love Collette xxxx

Melissa, Multi-Tasking Mama said...

I have so been there lately as well. Just need some time with my Father! Thanks for the reminder...