I felt bad not practicing today (first time I have missed a practice overseas), but I know my body needs rest so that is what I opted to do. Not sure what I will do tomorrow, depends on how I feel. We do not play until Monday, so as long as I get a practice in on Sunday I will be okay!
This afternoon I went and got an IV of fluids and saw the doctor. One thing I have found out is that they are really big about IV's overseas. I guess they put vitamins and immune boosters in the "serum"...who knows! I am hoping it helps me to feel better whatever it is :).
I hope you all have a great weekend! Only one more week left for me of classes :) Yaya!!
Well, I am off to listen to a few messages online before hitting the sack :)
Grace to all who love our Lord Jesus Christ with an undying love.— Ephesians 6:24 (NIV)
Thoughts on Today's Verse...What do you have that lasts forever? Not much unless it is connected to the Lord Jesus Christ. So many things we love and pursue are hollow, fleeting, shallow, and vain. But grace comes, grace stays, and grace lives with those whose love is the Lord Jesus Christ. Neither time nor the grave can strip away our grace in him when he is our Lord and he is our love.
My Utmost For His Highest:
Paul said that he was overpowered, subdued, and held as in a vise by “the love of Christ.” Very few of us really know what it means to be held in the grip of the love of God. We tend so often to be controlled simply by our own experience. The one thing that gripped and held Paul, to the exclusion of everything else, was the love of God. “The love of Christ compels us . . . .” When you hear that coming from the life of a man or woman it is unmistakable. You will know that the Spirit of God is completely unhindered in that person’s life.
Our Daily Bread:
Has anything changed since King Jesus came into your heart? Does your world notice or do they think He was just passing through?
By this shall every person know
That we serve God above:
His Spirit dwells within our hearts
And fills us with His love. —D. De Haan
If Jesus has taken up residence in us,
the world should notice a lasting change.