This Zombi is Anything but Alive

June 28, 2006

Do you know what I fear the most? It isn’t death, or where my eternity lies, ect. My biggest fear is leading myself into a comma of a life.

The past few months I have gone through ups and downs, but I think I have really learned some things through the valleys I have walked through. The most important thing I have discovered is that I truly needs stimulus, whether it be for my soul, spirit, or body. I cannot go on in this numb state where I ignore life, because I will tell you right now, when it all catches up with you, its worth that death. Sometimes, I think we as humans naturally lean towards the middle path, the mediocre way. Life comes from challenge, not zombie-living.

To put this all together, lately, I have been reading my bible, listening to sermons on my iPod, and worshiping God. Let me tell you, this has lead to a fullness of life like I have never experienced before. I used to look at these types of things as secondary, “When I have time, I will pursue it harder”, I have since discovered that life is in these practices. God placed these communication methods in our lives so that we could truly breath, because the alternative is a stagnant comma-state of a life.

I will fully admit that I still stumble, and life isn’t necessarily easy just because I communicate with God and pursue His things. I will say, however, that the application of your spirituality will do wonders for your self-esteem, and bring everything into perspective.

Lord, I love you so much. I want to pursue you in EVERYTHING. I am tired and weak, and I truly need your touch. I pray that you would help my in my pursuit of You, guide me and bring revelation. I do not want to be a zombie-Christian that does through life settling for the mediocre, never living up to the promises You have made.



One comment

  1. I happened to come across your blog by chance after reading a devotional and doing a search on “I am weak but He is strong”. Ironic that you have a blog with that exact title! At any rate, I just wanted to let you know that I’ve found your blog very encouraging and that it is exciting to read the words of a like-minded Christian. Your blog reminds me that I am not alone in my struggles and beliefs. Btw, the title rocks!

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