God Is In The Midst of Crazy

Just sat down for a few minutes to enjoy a little lunch to build up my power for the Walmart trip. This is my first post using my Motorola Droid X and Blogger App. Donna and I had an amazing night with some friends when we went to see one of our youth Robyn Blanton in the production of Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" in Greenfield Lake's Amphitheatre.  It was GREAT and we all felt a little more cultured LOL. This morning I had the opportunity to help the Gaskill's with Sanctuary VBS decorations. I was so appreciative of the help Sam, Fenner and Chris offered.  It really looks nice. I then put some final touches on our 5th and 6th grade room and was surprised at the creativity of Luke Ball. I am looking forward to seeing God speak through him. Oh I forgot about the washing machine leak at our house that we had to deal with in the middle of all this. Thankfully God led us to an honest plummer. If u ever need one I have a great reference.

If you are still reading this please know I am only reflecting on the goodness of God not my works or lack thereof. As I sat eating my Arby's sandwich I heard two guys talk about their party lifestyle. I prayed for them because I remember the emptiness in my life during those days. Don't get me wrong. I still party John 10:10 style. Jesus said, "The thief comes only to steal, kill, and destroy but I have come that they may have life to the full." As a believer I experience the full life. The peaks are higher and the valley's lower but thankfully I am not traversing them alone. Are you having a crazy day? Know that everything that is thrown at you is to pull your dependence away from yourself and to Christ. That is the magnetism of the cross..  Jesus keeps us grounded in the crazy.