Working with Empty? Guest post by I. K. Hadinger
I’m in a very wonderful but busy season of travel and speaking. Rather than just post fewer articles here on Kindling, I have chosen to introduce you to some of my Redbud Writers Guild friends. I think you will love meeting them, reading their very good writing and experiencing new connections with our Savior. This post is by Ilona Hadinger.
God gives strength to the weary, and increases the power of the weak...those who wait on the Lord will gain new strength. (Isaiah 40:31)You who seek God, let your heart revive. (Psalm 68:32)
Before I end up working on empty, I need to stop what I’m doing, go to the place where I keep my Bible, open it, and meditate on it’s laws and precepts. Then as I wait on the Lord in prayer, His spirit begins to flow in and through my heart, mind, and soul. With my supply refreshed, I become useful again.What about you? Are you living on empty?Ilona describes herself: I’m an American born with Hungarian blood living in a Zapotec Village in Mexico. I speak three languages (English, Hungarian and Spanish). I have four kids, one husband, a lot of interests and a few gray hairs. I’ve been a pastors wife since I walked down the aisle and said “I do” and a missionary since I said “Huh? You really mean us, God?”. You can read more from Ilona at http://inkyspot.wordpress.com/