God wants me to have a will that I willingly yield.
I have missed something in wanting to be ‘soft clay to work with’ . . .
the time under tension and actually existing; the resistance that trust overcomes.
. . . to struggle with God for His glory in the earth – against our sin and the consequences of it. against our stenching flesh . . .
to struggle with God in His grief and His overwhelming grace, and towards His good pleasure . . .
really is very much like a human marriage.
two unlike but image-sharing entities . . . as unalike as male and female.
God and the men made in His image.
becoming one in spirit with Holiness, Himself.