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Too Busy to Take the Call (Even from God)

How many of us looked at the calendar this week and cried, “What? It’s almost August?? How did that happen? summer is flying by!”
So often we think of summer as a slower time. There is never a slower time–because we are addicted to hurry. But what we don’t realize is that hurry is hurting us.
I’m guest blogging on my long-time friend Diane Markin’s blog today about the pace of our lives. And I’m also talking about this on her radio show, Women in High Def. You can listen at www.myKKIM.com at 1:30 p.m. PST (that’s 3:30 central, where I am). Let me know what you think.
We’ll be talking about one of my books. If you listen in, then come back here and leave a comment telling which book we’re talking about, you can win a copy! (We’ll give away two copies!)

3 Comments

  1. “Making Room for God in Your Hectic Life”
    Did I get it right? Woo-hoo!

    Having time for the things God has for us to do is one lesson I eventually learned too, Keri. Nice job with the interview.

    Tim

    P.S. By the way, my wife and I gave the guy who wrote Margin a ride to the airport one time.

  2. Whoo-hoo, Tim, you are correct! I’m glad to send you a copy of the book. Email me a mailing address. Thanks for listening!

  3. ha ha lol keri i would be cheating to also say the same book is the one in question but you are right though that God’s time is not our time. same way the word says your ways are not my ways and your thoughts are not my thoughts. God’s time is a test of patience and its builder too…His promises stretch over years at times but yiled profound results that build and edify us as well. His timing is perfect and delayal is never denial. we download results from the kingdom by faith and quickening or mocrowaving the downloading process usually contaminates us or gives us half baked results. its not all about getting something but its about being edified in the process

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