A peek into my Thursday:
Up at 5:30.
Dunkin Donuts coffee, time in the Word and prayer on my back porch while watching the fog roll in. . . and then out.
Write in my journal.
Send out a few texts to encourage others.
See pictures of a new grandbaby of one of our church family.
Take coffee to my wife.
Read the newspaper, my wife and daughter’s blog, and a few tweets.
Add a few pictures to our church Facebook page.
See what’s been happening in the world via World Magazine site.
Receive an encouraging word from an “everydayer” texter.
Communicate with a missionary concerning an upcoming visit in September.
Talk to a guest speaker who is coming this Sunday night to preach.
Send anniversary greetings to one of my dear friends.
Help my wife a bit in the kitchen as she prepares food to minister to a burdened soul.
Rejoice over answered prayer!!! Watch God at work!!
Put some of the final touches on Sunday AM’s message.
Leave a “Love is . . . ” cartoon for my wife on the towel covering the freshly baked bread.
Receive a phone call that brings tears of joy!!
Lunch on the back porch.
Begin working on Ephesians study.
Hurt for the tragedy in Barcelona, Spain.
Get rid of a stack of stuff that is not necessary.
See some church family in the parking lot of a local store. The smiles on their boys’ faces was priceless.
Listen to, counsel and pray with two lives that are bent and broken under the load of sin. Grateful for the healing balm of God’s Word.
Watch others minister to the hurting.
Disciple a new believer.
Listen to a song that causes my heart to rejoice because the song repeats the phrase, “In the middle of it all, there is Jesus.”
Share a few thoughts for Sunday’s bulletin.
Enjoy an Ale-8.
Reflect on some of my reading from this morning in 2 Kings 3 where Elisha tells King Jehoshaphat, For thus says the LORD, . . . This is a light thing in the sight of the LORD (3:17-18).
Have watched God at work all day through the mundane and the important. Nothing is too hard for our God. It is always a light thing for Him because “in the middle of it all, there is Jesus.”