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When All That's Within Me Feels Dry

Lately, if I'm real honest, I just feel dry and dead. Lifeless. Lacking in zeal. I've been here in this state of being for a good couple of months now. I struggled at first because I couldn't identify what was going on with me. I am the type of person who likes to have things figured out, and when I come to a place where I cannot figure something out, I struggle to know what to do with myself. It wasn't until I checked out a book at the Library called Curious Faith by Logan Wolfram that God showed me that I am in a "wilderness season."

Wilderness is defined as an uncultivated, uninhabited, and inhospitable region. A neglected or abandoned place.

During this season, I feel very much I am a lone island in a big sea. I feel like I do not hear God's voice as often as I should. I feel like I am not helping people or serving people like I need and want to be. I struggle with my attitude and I struggle with my perspective. The enemy tempts me to look back or to look too far forward. The enemy attacks my relationships. The enemy attacks the restoration God is giving me. The enemy attacks my identity and tries to make me believe that who I am is not okay. In Curious Faith, Logan Wolfram writes that, "The wilderness isn't always desolation. Sometimes it just feels like we&#x