Thursday, January 22, 2009


I'm not quite sure what I want to write today, so many thoughts are swirling through my mind. We are barely three days into the new administration and already the pot is being stirred in a way I had not anticipated. Along with questions come answers people don't want to hear. Why am I not excited and optimistic over the coming change? Well, for one I'm not sure the change promised is the change I am looking for. All my anxieties, arguments and answers matter little to most who ask. What they see they like, and they are astonished that my perspective could be anything other than their own.

Last night my Bible reading was 2 Chronicles 29-30. Hezekiah became king of Judah, cleansed the temple and re instituted the Passover. When all was ready he sent out a proclamation and invited all of Israel to return to the Lord and this was the response, "So the runners passed from city to city through the country of Ephraim and Manasseh, as far as Zebulon; but they laughed at them and mocked them," vs 10. Sad...

On a side note, each of the little ones pictured in yesterday's post has a black grandfather and a biracial parent.


  1. Politics is one area I don't voice my opinion. Well, that and potty training :)

  2. I love you, Judi. And here I thought you let your mind be known on everything.

  3. Fascinating that all the children in yesterday's post has a black grandfather.
    It helps for me to be studying the book of Daniel now. God is sovereign!

  4. I am having a similar experience here. I really wish I could be excited about all this new "change". But I cannot; there is something really strange going on here.

  5. watch thats what I'm doing.
    something is going to happen. so I am making sure my trust is not in man but in the one who made man.