What I Want You to Know About My Silence | Addie Zierman

Addie writes my heart with her pen in this post. I hope you will read, thoughtfully, all of it. 



4 thoughts on “What I Want You to Know About My Silence | Addie Zierman

  1. Singing can be a form of praying in “groans too deep for words” that Paul spoke about. Surely, we are dealing with grief, anger, disappointment, guilt for our part in the brokenness of our world, etc. Let us all fall to our knees in submission to the only ONE who has the answers.

  2. I agree to an extent. But I am also thinking that in certain circles “all you need to do is show up” is becoming the philosophical equivalent of a less-than-observant Mexican gift-shop purchase.

    For many, “showing up” is about all they can handle. And I think you know what I mean by this, Gwen. But for most, showing up is just a start. To whom much is given, much is required.

  3. Indeed, Greg. Ideally concern leads to action “in the fullness of time”–kairos, and in efficacious ways. Even “showing up” is new for some of us–okay, me. 🙂 And by Grace, little by little, I am growing beyond myself.
    I’ve been AWOL awhile. Appreciate your “showing up” here.

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