Friday . . .

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March 25, 2005 by Isaac Hovet

There is a little stress being felt at my house.

Our infant, who initially was content and happy, spends most of the evening screaming. My wife is afraid he isn’t getting enough food. Anyone who has been around breastfeeding know that the process isn’t easy. It can lead to a lot of questions and wondering.

In the mean time I have been on edge. I don’t really know what it is, but I have been too harsh with my daughter and my wife. I just snap back, rather than having patience.

In these times I really don’t like myself. I wish I had unending patience. I wish that I could take back words. I can only hope that my words, facial expressions and attitude don’t steer relationships to destruction.

I am listening to David Crowder – “Deliver Me.” Extremely relevant for me now.

Deliver me out of the sadness
Deliver me from all the madness
Deliver me courage to guide me
Deliver me Your strength inside me


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