The Moby in review. If you were wondering what that horrid thing was that I had to battle yesterday, here's what:
If you're wondering what I'm doing with it on after all I said yesterday, don't ask.
We're going out again.
I will NOT be publicizing any battles today. Unless of course I win...
What Really Matters:
Me and My Little Scallion
Genesis 30-31:16, Matthew 10:1-23, Psalm 12:1-8, Proverbs 3:13-15
I have to hold myself back on this one. Two girls are bickering back and forth in an extended cat fight in the reading today. It must be an exhibition of God's patience. Or maybe his extreme grace. Or maybe, on an outside change, how very much he cares for the heart of woman and fulfilling her needs, no matter how she's treating her sister.
That's probably it. I should just step back and leave it there. A smart man knows when he should not get between the two sisters he married. Ouch.
And God really does love those girls. He gives them what they desire. And he begins to form a legacy of a man of God who has made a covenant with him.
Jesus empowers for a mission in the reading. He's empowered each one of us today. Stand up, oh man of God, and realize this adventure can be as exciting and engaging as you take part in it...
God shows up in the reading today and confirms what David's believed all along: that he has no tolerance for evil, but that he will protect the godly. Why do more people not fear him?
And if you're looking for silver, gold, or rubies, look right here. This is worth more. It's the kind you'll miss if you don't care enough, but that will last for eternity if you're wise enough to stop by and pick it up.
Feel free to give feedback in the comments. I'd especially like to hear what God is saying to you in the readings!