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ThankfulIt’s a season of contrasts and surprises. We said goodbye to dear friends who moved far away. The kids are growing fast, and things are changing fast. The kids are reaching big milestones, and I’ve never felt more like I’m walking a tightrope without a net. (The launch to adulthood is scary, but when I get glimpses of the adults they are becoming, it’s exhilarating—and still scary.) And then th...

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“It’s unfashionable these days to talk about sin, and it’s even less fashionable to talk about idolatry. The world likes to tell us that we’re beyond that now. When we honestly discuss the sinful attitudes behind our actions, we are often shushed: “You’re not that bad! Everyone does those things! You need to have better self esteem!” But the human heart is the same now as it was in biblical times. We don’t have to bow down to a golden statue to worship idols. When we trust in anything other than God for peace and happiness we are essentially practicing idolatry. Only when we see the idols yet in our hearts can we truly “put off the old self” and “put on the new self” (Colossians 3:5-10).”
Staci Eastin, The Organized Heart: A Woman's Guide to Conquering Chaos

“We’ve lost sight of how submitting now to the work God has for us now is good. Instead, we justify procrastination as merely postponed work, and we excuse laziness as a common and therefore acceptable vice. We regard procrastination and laziness like junk drawers in the kitchen: universal and necessary.”
Staci Eastin, The Organized Heart: A Woman's Guide to Conquering Chaos

“a habit of procrastination indicates a worship problem: an unwillingness to do the work that God has appointed for us, or an inability to discern what he has given us and what he has not. The procrastinator loves to hoard her time for herself rather than work diligently in it on the errands and tasks God gives her. She would rather blame the chaos outside of her than the chaos in her heart.”
Staci Eastin, The Organized Heart: A Woman's Guide to Conquering Chaos

“She had a dour Presbyterian mind and a code of morals that pinned down and beat the brains out of nearly everything that was pleasant to do.”
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