Thursday, April 23, 2009

Questions & Answers.....

Well this days I tend to have more questions than answers. I know that applies to most people a times in their lives but it seems to be the heaviest load that I carry these days.

Last Sunday at LifePoint, Pat challenged us to put our YES! on the table. That for me was a no brainer. I whole heartedly said YES! I want to serve God where ever, when ever and how ever He calls. So now the question is what does putting my YES! on the table look like. This morning while driving around between job sites I had my ipod on shuffle and "The Wall" by Kansas came on and it really kinda spoke to where I am right now. "The weight of indecision's in the air" I think was the line that caught my attention. I have include the video and the lyrics to read along.

I'm woven in a fantasy, I can't believe the things I see
The path that I have chosen now has led me to a wall
And with each passing day I feel a little more like something dear was lost
It rises now before me, a dark and silent barrier between,
All I am, and all that I would ever want be
It's just a travesty, towering, marking off the boundaries my spirit would erase

To pass beyond is what I seek, I fear that I may be too weak
And those are few who've seen it through to glimpse the other side,
The promised land is waiting like a maiden that is soon to be a bride
The moment is a masterpiece, the weight of indecision's in the airIt's standing there, the symbol and the sum of all that's me
It's just a travesty, towering, blocking out the light and blinding me
I want to see

Gold and diamonds cast a spell, it's not for me I know it well
The treasures that I seek are waiting on the other side
There's more that I can measure in the treasure of the love that I can find
And though it's always been with me, I must tear down the Wall and let it be
All I am, and all that I was ever meant to be, in harmony
Shining true and smiling back at all who wait to cross
There is no loss

The "wall" is standing between what I am doing and who I am, and what God is calling me to. I am looking forward to seeing how God brings the answers for the Bynum's.

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