You want to know what’s funny? I want to write a book. Well, I guess that’s not funny. The funny part, or sad if you look at it through different glasses, is that the book has been talked about but no real action has been done. I’ve talked the talk for 2 years now, but there’s been no walking the walk.
I guess the fact that I know exactly what I want to write about and haven’t yet taken the plunge would give you a chuckle or a head shake. The fact that I know it’s in God's plan for my life to do so, and I’ve stalled is a total bummer on my end.
It just hasn’t happened yet, and I don’t really know what’s stopping me.
And I’ve been wondering lately if the reason I haven’t done it is because there is still more to the story. More that I need to live out before it all clicks together.
I’ve read 4 books about marriage. Three of them were Bible Studies on how to become the wife God created me to be. And one was a book about a struggling marriage and how God restored it. These readings are on top of reading the one true book of all our life's issues: the Bible itself. (Can I get an Amen?)
So you can say I’ve studied how to be a Godly wife more than I’ve studied anything else in my walk with God. And that just so happens to be what I’ve always wanted to write my book on: my marriage.
Our marriage is our testimony. Our vows is what brought us to Christ. Our promises to each other is what eventually taught us what God’s promises for us are. Our marriage staying in tack, is what brought us our eternal salvation, and there is no greater blessing.
But the book hasn’t happened yet. The book about our story holds blank pages. Pages that are already f