Today was a great day. I got to sleep in a little bit, and then we had lifting and practice. This was only our second lift since returning, and I was so glad that we lifted!! I miss lifting twice a week like we did in the first half of the season, but this second half of the season has just been crazy busy!
So, I had a whole blog typed and then guess what happened...yes, it was erased. I have been spending the evening working on some homework. One of my classes ends this week, and then the other one ends next week. We have no game this weekend, because it is going to be played on Monday. So, we have a few more days left of practice.
Happy "hump day" to everyone! Tomorrow we only have one practice in the afternoon, so I plan on working on more school work in the morning and sleeping in a little bit.
I hope you all have a great rest of the week!!
Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows. — James 1:17 (NIV)
Thoughts on Today's Verse...He doesn't waver! He doesn't change! Isn't that comforting? God is consistent and in his consistency, he gives good gifts. He created the world in all its majesty and gave it to us to use. After sin strangled life, God gave us his great promise of redemption and executed it through Abraham and the Israelites. Because death claimed us, he gave us Jesus, crucified and resurrected, to give us the assurance of our victory over sin and death. There is no shadow in that brilliant light and we are assured that light will keep on shining!
My Utmost For His Highest:
God makes us as broken bread and poured-out wine to please Himself. To be “separated to the gospel” means being able to hear the call of God (Romans 1:1). Once someone begins to hear that call, a suffering worthy of the name of Christ is produced.
Our Daily Bread:
Prayer can help to defragment our lives. When we cast our cares on the Lord, He will show us what we need to do and what only He can do.
O Lord, we bring our restless hearts
To You in fervent prayer;
Now help us wait expectantly
While resting in Your care. —Sper
We need prayer the most when we have the least time to pray.