Thursday, August 5, 2010

Running Away

The desire to run away from difficult circumstances to the "greener pastures" on the other side of fence is not new or unique. It is far too common in fact.

Have we ever felt like running away? Any number of circumstances could trigger your desire to run.

Do you have a boring dead-end job where you have no hope of advancement?
Are you in a marriage that started bright with love and promise but has now turned sour by apathy, distrust or broken dreams?
Do you have a college roommate who is driving you up the wall?

Look at David in Psalm55, we can better understand why we often feel like running away and we will also discover a better way to respond.

1 comment:

  1. Good Morning Sweet Friend...
    Thank you so much for the share today. I love to pop over and see what you have written.

    I will be checking out David in Psalm 55 to find the answers you speak of. I have a family member in need of this lesson. Now I actually have words to show. Isn't God wonderful how he leads us right to what we need, when we need it?

    A beautiful share sweetie. Thank you.

    Have a gorgeous day, and do something fun today.

    Country hugs sweetie...Sherry