There is something fundamental in asking God for the right moment to do something. Whether it’s waiting for the right moment to buy a stock or the right moment to get married…somewhere along the line, faith is involved. Inherently there is trust. I wonder how much trust it takes a man to completely trust God with something as huge as finances or a spouse? Or how about an eternity?
I am waiting for tonight, then I’m waiting for tomorrow. And I’m somewhere in between…what is real and just a dream?
Anyone ever think about what happens when you pray? I mean what happens in the heavenlies when you pray? Do angels go quickly to answer right after you pray or is the very thought of prayer enable God to move?
To me, it almost seems like a surrender. I feel like I have to take myself out of the picture, realize that there is a bigger force and realize that GOD is IN CONTROL. But…he wants us to pray.
I encourages us to pray. Hmm…that must mean he likes to hear them. I mean, think of the countless prayers he gets.
Something must happen in the heavenlies….
There’s something to be said of a Christian who is taken out of the race before starting. Oh how successful the evil one would be to wound the confident warrier with a swift, carefully crafted lie.
So hard to lead the Christian life, constantly under attack, some not even realizing it, or brushing it off as insignificant. I understood a long time ago that this is another carefully planted lie. If you believe this, Satan has won. If you think spiritual wars don’t take place, you are being decieved. How better for Satan to have you think that he doesn’t exist, doesn’t influence you, doesn’t tempt you? Have you believe that it’s all you? YOU are the screw up, not him. Or worse, that God is punishing you.
He is tricksy…
I want to be one today
Centered and true
I’m singing ‘Spirit take me up in arms with You’
You’re raising the dead in me
Papa John’s fills soldier’s unusual order: 40 pizzas to Iraq
What a great company! If you read this article, it goes to show that it’s companies like Papa Johns that make this country great. The fact that the CEO’s themselves personally made the pizzas, did research so they can be delivered to Iraq so they don’t spoil AND sent them via FedEx shows their dedication to this country.
Way to go, Papa John’s!
On a side note, I wonder how much you’re suppose to tip the pizza guy?
Looking back you know You had to bring me through
All that I was
So afraid of
Though I questioned the sky
Now I see why
Had to walk the rocks to see the mountain view
Looking back I see lead of love
This is probably just something that happens to me: you having something that sucks happen to you and you question everything that is going on. Why am I hear, what is going? Why did God fail me?
The reality, it seems, is that God’s plan for me is greater than what I see here on this earth. I will have to see pass the rocks of my life and come to place where I must look forward to the promise of seeing the mountain view.
Ah, the hike of life.