If you suffer from depression, this post may be one of the most important messages you ever hear. It’s written by my dear friend, Suzan Cartagena. It’s actually a chapter from her soon-to-be-published book, The God Connection. You’ll see a review of it on this blog the moment it hits the streets.
Are we willing to let God search us, examine us intimately, get all up in our space—in order to find out what’s making us sick? I imagine it’s mostly women reading my blog, but if you’re a man, you might want to skip a few lines.
I promised that you would hear from my four children about how giving up their beds to strangers as kids has affected their adult life—and you will. In just a moment. But first, let me recap for those of you who have no idea what you’ve stumbled into.
How big is your house? Do your children each have their own bedroom? What about a family room? A den? An office? Two offices? A laundry room? Two bathrooms? Three? More?
Wonderful! I’m happy for you. I truly am. But with abundance comes responsibility. Let me tell you about some people who have very little but share it willingly and with open hearts.