Today was an OK day. Nothing too exciting I guess.
I did make the mistake of accidentally falling asleep after my alarm went off this morning, so my time was cut off by 20 minutes. It really stank cuz my time with the Lord had to be cut short (along with everything else). Thankfully I was able to spend some extra time with Him this afternoon. :)
Choir practice started at 8:30 this morning, like normal. Everybody is sick here, half the choir was missing! It was interesting to say the least.
Church at 9. Two ladies got baptized! That was awesome. One got save 2 weeks ago, and the other got saved yesterday. SOOOOO amazing!
In Sunday school Bro. Randall has been teaching on Sanctification. Today he was in Deuteronomy 6:4-9, focusing on "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all they heart, soul, and mind." He quoted Dr. Bob Jones Sr. "What you love and what you hate reveals who you really are." That is a very thought provoking statement. What do I love that I shouldn't love? Even more important, what do I love more than Christ? Wow! It's scary.
I went to grandpa and grandma's for lunch today. We had roast, potatoes, gravy (YUM!), rolls, salad, and brownies and ice cream for dessert. It was really good. :)
I did a little bit of homework this afternoon, and then took a nap. It was WONDERFUL!
Choir practice at 4:30, and then church at 6.
After church I worked, and now I'm blogging. Not too much excitement, which is just fine with me!
I do have a prayer request. Today after church I came back to my room and checked my email. To my surprise there was an email from a son of one of my former managers back home. He is in the army. I hadn't heard from him since before I came to college in August. Somehow he had just come across my email address, and decided to send me an email. He is in Iraq right now, and will be until September! I was really shocked cuz he was just in Iraq not too long ago. Before that he was in Afghanistan for over a year! Please pray for him, his name is Ray, and he isn't saved. Pray for his safety, and Salvation. Thank you!