Friday, July 27, 2007

And the truth shall set you free

It's been a while since I posted my true feelings.

And since I'm in a very honest mood today, well.... here we go.

I'm so exhausted. I just am. It's a season in my life where I'm tired when I wake up and I'm tired when I go to sleep.

I've been sitting here at the keyboard trying to think of something uplifting and encouraging to type to you...and falling asleep as I do it. I'm asking God "Please help me come up with something to write!" and God says "Just be honest. Be you."

So here I am.

Sometimes, it's hard for me to be on the radio, day in and day out. There are days (like today) where I'm barely able to put a sentence together. I just looked at Tom and said "I have nothing left to give" and he smiled at me. That's our little song we made up a while ago. We sing it to each other when we're at the end of our rope.

You know the ironic thing? On days like today, when I'm just feeling low, those are the days I rely on music about God the most. Those are the days that I hang on every word in every song, and usually pray my heart out.

So in a way, its days like today that remind me of why I love what I do so much. I'm able to play music to bless you - and in the same way, I'm listening right along with you and being blessed myself.

Sarah

2 comments:

Lori said...

Sweet Sarah ~
Thank you for being honest and genuine. That's exactly why all of us listeners absolutely love you!! You are a wonderful mom, wife, and radio personality! Thanks for sharing yourself with us every day! I will be praying for restful nights and love~filled days for you.

In Christ~
Lori

Mrs M said...

I hear ya, girl!!! I don't have a 7 month old at home, but I completely understand the exhaustion! I get such a lift from listening to you and Tom in the afternoon ... you're my favorite part of the day! Just remember God will never give you more than you can handle ... he has entrusted you with that beautiful baby girl because he knows you have the strength to do it! You're strong, it's okay to cry, and you have Jesus there to wrap his arms around you whenever you need it! That's the comfort I take ...