A rain drop landed on her bottom lip
She considered it
A kiss from the Lord
At first she didn’t like the song titled Symphony
Yet she gave it a listen
While driving home
Turns out, it’s not so bad
Through all of this chaos
He’s writing a symphony
More about her life
Than she currently does
She’s been thinking to talk to someone about it
Pain, heartbreak, maybe even sorrow
It can enable one to minister.
If you wonder how a person is able to “minister so well” take into thought what they, what their heart must’ve went through, what their soul must’ve gone through for them to be able to draw closer to God in their own season of pain so that they can later minister to an individual or you in their or your season of pain.
P.S. I love what I once heard, it is in the night season or the hidden season that a persons relationship with God can grow stronger. Something along those lines, not quoted word for word.
3: The Law of Value
Giving = way to success
Money should kit be the first question. First question should be is ‘does it serve? Does it give value to others?’
Expectation. Whatever I expect I will receive. If I expect to be bullied I will be bullied. If I expect to be respected I will be respected.
Kindness. Everyone deserves it, everyone can use it. ABSOLUTELY everyone, everywhere. No matter what.
Giving. Love. Service.
It is biblical I think. The book is The Go-Giver by Bob Burg and John David Mann.
I came upon it by my interest in being mentored. A condition I now call it 😄 is to read through this book. Which is actually smaller than I imagined, but the value inside is proving to be worth while. I’m even reading it after than The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod.
Thankful to God I spent most of the hour reading the next portion of The Go-Gover before heading into work. Thank You Jesus.
Or current generation?
I boarded the bus not too long ago on this morning of April 4th 2019. Went to take a free seat in the back and took notice of every person sitting, that of five, each had headphones in or on. Including person six, me, listening to Casting Crowns Follow Me on my soon to be deleted subscription to Amazon Prime. I’m not rich yet, so I’ll have to cancel the subscription until later notice then be satisfied with listening to YouTube or singing my own songs to and of the Lord.