“If you think about my family, could you take a moment and pray with us? Every morning I wake up to see the room across the hall is empty. Someone is missing. Could you pray over that with me? That God would have His way. That we would be able to listen/discern the route we need to take. I’d really appreciate it.”
For the Christian, silence is not an option.
Excitement about what could be is good; checking out when things don’t go as planned, not so good.
“All my friends are fathers and grandfathers,” another man told me. “And me? I’m nothing.”
“We’re not called to everything, which means we can joyfully lean on and work with the callings of others. We find our callings with, by, and in serving others. And we fulfill our callings as others fulfill theirs.”