The day started early morning (around 3:30 or so I usually have "devotions"). As I was reading, meditating and praying I sensed God had something planned. Not of my own planning. And some days you just need that.
After a few more hours rest, I was off to work by 6:45. Now, for me, that’s a new thing. After surgery I struggled to be in to work by 9:00 or later.
But I was refreshed and had some ideas perculating. One of the first things I did was put together a CD of some Sunday service highlights. By 10:00 I was phoning some of those who had been unable to be out because of our "snowday" on Sunday. Before noon I had delivered packages of bulletins and CD’s to six different individuals. Another went out in the afternoon
After a half hour’s nap at noon, I headed back to work. Our health and benefits provider has changed, so paperwork needed to be filled out. The denomination’s president just sent out a pastoral letter with some possible directions for coming decades. Some water started dripping at the church entrance so pails were assembled. Then a young lady needed a ride to the hospital.
Now, as supper approaches, God has given me a mindset of anticipation. I can hardly wait to see what comes next.