…according to Noah Webster’s distant descendant,,
“something that causes activity between two or more persons or forces without itself being affected.”

“a person or thing that precipitates an event or change:”


Ever get the catalyst confused for the action of change God’s doing in your life?

You do?

Yeah. Me too.

Sometimes repeatedly.

So, today, I’m re-reminding myself again that the tool is not the thing being fixed. The thing I’m getting myself distracted by isn’t at all what it’s all about.

It’s about Him.

So, where are we going today, Lord?


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  1. Thanks Shelbi. I can use the same reminder. I have spent most of my life trying to fix the tool God sent to fix the problem. I am learning that it is actually less painful to just let the “tool” do its work instead of trying to fight it. Remember our friend from Glenwood who said, “What you think is your problem isn’t really your problem. Your real problem is your reaction to how the problem is being fixed.”

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