C and I’ve finally started doing it again.
Sometimes, we get so caught up in the hurry of things, we forget why we are doing them. As you know, we made the decision to allow God to send us off to Viet Nam to live for a year or so. In the process, we sold a house, found a new one, and moved – and we’ve been doing other things to lessen our financial needs and prepare the way. We’ve so busy doing all these things, we began to forget why we were doing them
We got so busy doing all the prep work, we forgot to stay connected to God. Back in May, we had a chance to talk to Charlie Long, a man who spent eighteen years in mission work, most of it with the Montagnards in Viet Nam. He gave us some sound advice – don’t try to do this yourself. Work hard at trusting God.
Now for me, an expression such as “Trust God” has a Southern revival air to it that is mildly uncomfortable. But Charlie is no wind-bag preacher. He is at once a very practical person and a deeply spiritual person.