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Friday, March 29, 2013
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
I also know that when you are in a situation where a demand for action is called for, this reaction goes away. Perhaps this reaction is specific to our loved ones only. I remember a time when my son cut his hand and needed stitches, I was perfectly fine when I know he needed to be taken to the hospital. While we were sitting in the examination room, the doctor shot Chris up with Novocaine and began to stitch him up. I suggested to Chris that he should look away but, he was all about watching the doctor stick that needle in his hand stitch after stitch. It was not until I know he was in good hands (no pun intended) and the stitches was going in that all of a sudden, I began to pass out! I immediately had to sit down and look away. When everything was over, the doctor said Chris did very well and asked him if he wanted a Popsicle. Chris replied, "Sure but, can you give my dad one too?"
at 6:38 AM
Monday, March 25, 2013
I was expecting to work from home today and as much as I enjoy that, I believe in Divine intervention and with conditions as they are, I accept my unexpected situation and will make the best of it. Just like my post on "Did you loose your Horse today", All I know is that my horse is gone; the rest I do not know. Whether it be a curse or a blessing, I can’t say.”
at 6:39 AM
Friday, March 22, 2013
As with this television, not everything we see is what it seem. I had a class once that suggested we, as Christians, feel it is okay to be "less honest" at times and that is okay. Last night at play practice, we were graced by our pastor's visit. This is a big deal because of some medical issues he has just been going through. However, to look at him, you would think he was perfectly fine "from the outside". I will not say he was being dishonest at all. What I will say was that he was being perceived as one with absolutely nothing wrong.
As Christ-Like people, we need to represent Christ as closely as we can. I submit that Christ never mislead anyone by putting on a mask. However, these carnal vessels will try to justify our actions and behaviors by saying, "we need to present ourselves as witnesses of Christ". Whenever we become disingenuousness , we are wearing a mask and I would suggest "less honest".
at 6:44 AM