Actions speak louder than words.
I was just talking about this with my daughter the other day. We can say we are sorry but unless our actions mirror our words, what we say holds no value. When I tell my children I love them but do not follow through with actions to build up those words, what do they really mean?
I seem to be in a time of waiting, treading spiritual water, to some degree. I do not feel a call to move in any specific direction but to work through each day where I am. I look around and see people I know and love obviously showing God’s love in truth and in action; what am I doing?
As I meditated on this verse and my days I came to the basic truth that I can love in truth and action within my own home. How often do I wish my children were more loving to each other? How often do I wish I hadn’t spoken in harsh tones but in Godly, loving, correction?
My daughter came down the stairs very early this morning – in the middle of my quiet time. I am learning to breathe and gently accept interruptions that happen during these times. Life is full of interruptions and it is during those moments that I know I need to work to live in love and truth, acting accordingly.
Thank you for your grace and love. Thank you for your Spirit that guides me. Write these words on my heart and soul that I recall them in the moments I need them. I rejoice in you this morning. I soak in your love and pray I share that love as you call me to this day. Amen.