Tuesday, March 10, 2009
thru when the line is moving to slow. I have seen people walk away from a movie theater because there were 10 people in line in front of them. If we all learned to be a bit more patient the world would be a much more sane and happy place. I know, I know, we all have deadlines to meet and I am not by any means pushing that nasty practice of PROCRASTINATION. By no means. What I would love to see is everyone actually take some time to spend waiting on the Lord. God delivers amazing blessings and miracles to us all and yet, there are days we are so busy, so distracted that we are unable to see or recognize them. One last story. Last year I was involved in a vehicle accident. Just to remind you, I was sitting at a red light and it turned green. I pulled away and a woman driving a Ford Explorer hit me from behind driving approximately 45 miles an hour. My truck and me were rather injured to say the least. It took around four weeks to receive my truck back. And what I find interesting is that the thing that took the longest time was straightening the frame. Dave Roe's took several weeks making very very small, fraction of an inch corrections to the frame. Sometimes it takes times to fix things. So, if you are waiting on the Lord or waiting for something to happen here is some advice. Pray. Listen. Pray some more. And then do whatever you can to help the blessing or miracle to happen. Oh yeah, did I mention pray? And faithfully and hopefully wait upon the Lord. Go in peace and go with God.