He believed, hoping against hope…He did not waver in unbelief at God’s promise but was strengthened in his faith and gave glory to God… (Romans 4:18a, 20)
All of these things are part of me. I have not achieved them in completeness. I won’t. It is a process, but it is in me. It is a choice I make, a series of choices. I wrestle, I question, I wonder, but the more I do these things, the more truth untwists and stands out among everything else. The more sure-footed I am. The more authentic I am. The more humble I am. The less it becomes about me and the more I acknowledge it’s about God.
After all, whether I acknowledge it or not, it is.