Making the Connection

Playing games was a favorite pastime of mine as a child.  Playing Connect 4 was a game played frequently.  The winner was declared by any player lining up 4 discs of the same color whether it be horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.

If only connections – connections with people, connections with knowledge – were that simple.  I would be declared a winner time and time again.

The problem I struggle with is my heart connecting to what I know in my mind.  My senses don’t fully grasp what I am experiencing.  It seems my heart is not making the connection.

So I choose “connect” as my one word resolution for 2012.  In an effort to start this journey to connect, I prepare myself for the Daniel’s Fast – 21 days of fasting.  Daniel had to set himself in a position of humbling and sacrifice to gain a heart of understanding.  It only seems right that I do too.

“Do not fear, Daniel, for from the first day that you set your heart to understand, and to humble yourself before your God, your words were heard; and I have come because of your words.” Daniel 10:12

With every step I take, I pray another connection is made and my heart will be complete.

“And I will give them a heart to know (recognize, understand, and be acquainted with) Me, that I am the Lord; and they will be My people, and I will be their God, for they will return to Me with their whole heart. ” – Jeremiah 24:7 (AMP)

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~ by NicholeC on January 3, 2012.

5 Responses to “Making the Connection”

  1. “The problem I struggle with is my heart connecting to what I know in my mind.” me too, nichole. can’t wait to read more about how your word plays out in 2012!

  2. [...] to Houston did not under deliver.   No better way to kick-start my 2012 One Word Resolution of Connect, than to attend a Living Proof Ministries conference [...]

  3. [...] before.  Something changed internally during that place in between. Somehow my heart made another connection to my head and another piece of the puzzle was locked into [...]

  4. [...] am going to live up to my one word resolution for 2012, this has all got to change. For me to truly connect to the world, I need to draw the curtains, keep them open, so you can see the true picture of my [...]

  5. [...] one word resolution for 2012 was connect. By choosing this word, I hoped that my heart would make the connection to the knowledge that was [...]

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