Today instead of answering a reader’s question I want to ask you all for prayer. This month I am over committed and I don’t know how I am going to do everything I need to do with excellence. That’s why I decided to forgo writing a response to one of your questions and instead ask you to pray for me.
This Thursday evening I’m speaking for the CareNet of Lehigh Valley fundraising banquet. This is a cause that is near to my heart and I want to be able to capture and articulate God’s message. But I also spoke last Saturday on The Emotionally Destructive Relationship and have a full counseling load this week, I leave Friday morning for a speaking engagement in Ohio and more of the same next week and the week after and the week after that.
I don’t normally pack myself so tight but somehow it crept up on me. God knows and I know he will give me everything I need, but I do covet your prayers. I don’t want my “doing” to overwhelm me so that I’m crabby with my husband, distant with my clients, and impatient and harsh with my dog. I need to be still and quiet as well as productive and efficient with the time I do have. Pray that God blesses me with his merciful presence and wisdom.
I love you all!
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