Waiting for something to happen.
I guess we all do it…
wait for the return phone call.
the e-mail. (or any e-mail!).
the next song on the radio.
the next thing we’re going to eat.
the next person we are supposed to meet with.
the next church service.
the next major life event.
the good news.
the bad news.
the next exciting or interesting thing.
to see how someone will react to what we just said.
and so on….
When really, perhaps we should be living in the moment–rejoicing in the small Grace of breathing and the consequent Grace of living. We might just be a lot happier people.
I haven’t forgotten about this blog, I really haven’t.
I just have a policy that if I don’t have anything worthwhile to say, I won’t write about it.
But my question of late is, shouldn’t we have something worthwhile to say most of the time? I mean, if the Lord is working in our lives and is active in caring for us, teaching us, and loving us, we ought to always have something to share and rejoice in.
Worth pondering, anyway.
For now, though, I am going to go to bed thanking the Lord for the gift of sleep, and being forever grateful that His mercies that are both new, and abundant, every morning…and by His grace, I will wake up tomorrow with my eyes wide open to see His loving hand working in all the details of my life.