The Next Day: Cheers

I love getting posts and emails and texts saying I am a loser for slacking on my goals. Accountability is a beautiful thing. People have not nearly enough of it. I welcome it in right portions and places in my life. Like posts and emails and texts saying GET BACK ON TRACK!!
Titus 2 says much on discipleship. It gets you thinking though; are you disciplining anyone? Are you being discipled by another? How is that going? Walls? Pride? Arrogance? Or breakthrough? Encouragement? Overflow? That’s what discipleship is really- being filled so you can be emptied again. That means someone fills my coffee cup and I pour my coffee into another’s mug. Metaphorically speaking. (Also, if you literally have coffee to pour into my coffee mug, I will take it.)
I always pray, “God, use me.” He does probably, but to the best of my ability. It’s not him. It’s me. He puts people around me so as to disciple me. He puts people around me to disciple. It’s when I get involved that things get a little haywire.