I know “home” is not just a building with a four digit number emblazoned on the mailbox, but it’s a concept, a deep reality to which I’m called. It’s the world for which I’m made that explains why, no matter how perfect my paint, I will always feel like I do not quite belong here.
Your weakness does not disqualify you from following Jesus, from living out his commission, or from doing good and meaningful work in God’s kingdom. In fact, the weakness you so wish you could just erase from your life is the very thing God might use to make his power evident and draw others to Jesus through you.
As many of us struggle with control, anxiety, and loneliness during this season, we need to stay faithful. I know it can be hard, but we need to remember our God is good and he has a plan. By continuing to build our foundation in Him, we can grow towards a place of less doubt and anxiety and remain faithful.