Have you been in a fog?

Dr. Grant Mullen Churches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 5 Comments

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We were in a fog!

It’s hard to ski when you can’t see any familiar landmarks and everything is white.

I was lucky, I could follow Kathy. I think she can navigate like a bat.

God spoke to me that day about fog.

The fog lifted at last!

The fog lifted at last!

Does your life sometimes feel like you’re walking in a fog?

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Comments 5

  1. Yes Grant, it seems like I have been in fog many times and it seems like I just dont know where God is. But he is right there, just a step away from me. Often I go walking and I ask him to hold my hand and come for a walk with me while I walk and pray.

  2. After hearing you speak today and how “fog”, it made me think of my own situation recently. I am out of work on disability (2 years), am considering in selling my house, but don’t know where I’ll go? Job situation may or may not be there due to me being away for so long and now the bad news that the company is experiencing setbacks and uncertainty. So, I think you can clearly see where my “fog” is right now. I can’t see or think clearly, albeit I am in constant prayer and have had others pray with me and I am holding on to God’s promises, but when you can’t see how things are going to get any better, it makes for great anxiety and uncertainty. I would love to look back years from now and say “God saw me through that period of time!” Please keep me in your prayers as right now the “fog” is extremely heavy in my life. God bless.

  3. When I spent some time in prison I was certainly in a fog and like the mountain in the fog on unknown terrain. But you are right that God is there beside us when we need to know which way to turn and where to go. I got myself re-grounded in the word and prayer. God sure was there in my fog guiding me through.

  4. I know the feeling of being in a fog. After praying for my husband and our marriage for several years with no improvement, I was bewildered about my situation and the only thing I knew was that God was still walking with me. The relationship was suddenly over, and the fog persisted, as I struggled to finish raising my kids on my own and to make sense of what had happened. Looking back now, I see how the Lord counselled me and guided me, provided dear friends to help and encouraged me along the way. Life can be challenging, but God is good!

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