Without warning, I was trapped in the book of Ecclesiastes. All was vanity. I found myself absentmindedly repeating the words again an again: “There must be more. Surely we were born for something more. More than waking in order to work, working in order to eat, eating and sleeping or order to wake and work again. More than graduating to have a career, marrying to have children so they could eventually graduate, work, marry and have children of their own.
The cycle of survival wasn’t enough. I already knew Jesus as my Lord and Savior… what more could there be? I hadn’t merely inherited my faith in God. I had searched and struggled, scrapped and clawed my way to a living walk with Him. I still sensed there was more. ~ Victoria Brooks
More. Have you felt it, too? Have you longed for more, not only when things are going wrong, but when everything is very right?
This is a thought provoking post by Debbie over at Two Minutes of Grace. Have not all of us wondered “is there more”? More then work and all of the things we all do daily, more then simply attending church and worshiping God?
To read the rest of this post please head over to, http://twominutesofgrace.wordpress.com/2012/04/11/my-restless-heart/
While you are there, why not check out the rest of Debbie’s site? Let her know you were there and that you enjoyed an article on her site. Receive your Two Minutes of Grace today!