Monday, September 18, 2006

Blessed to be Stressed, I Guess?

Can shoulders, muscles or temples get any tighter? Can you think yourself this way? Give yourself an ulcer? The elephant on the chest?

You Can.

I'm working on it unless, I give it to Jesus right now. I mean the minute I finish this post. I won't go into a lot of detail now. Suffice it to say I have let events and people overwhelm me like a tsunami. I know the steps, I know the drill, it is helping a bit but there is only one who can really save me, can rescue me from this fear driven tension arena I have driven myself.

Let us examine our ways and test them, and let us return to the Lord.

Lamentations 3:40


Larry

Friday, September 15, 2006

Welcome Home


I would like to welcome home Christy, Herschel and their family from mission in Jos' Nigeria. You can read more about what they have been doing here. They just returned. I find it incredibly ironic that Christy and I went to high school together. Her Aunt is my wife, Lisa.
How about that?

Christy and her mom came to visit today with her daughter. She is also a worship leader who plays guitar. It was beautiful, songs of praise were coming through my kitchen throughout the after-noon.

At times I think I am really doing God's work. Then the Rothchilds come along and show what sacrifice truly is. The have been doing the real deal.

They are a light for to me to do more. I know God give us no more than we can handle through him but maybe it's time for me to expand my horizons.


Larry

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Out of the Loop

Sorry, I have been out of the loop. I have been isolating a bit. Tied up in job, family and new house. The more I have stared at this computer the less I have wanted to write. I don't have any particular reason. The muse seemed to have totally left me.

Since I have gone back to work full time I have been overwhelmed with business. Life has been fantastic moneywise for the first time ever in my adult life. During the time I was down from my surgury I was in a cocoon or something. The butterfly has burst forth, being productive and liking it. I had struggled so long with pain that my potential was completely lost.

I want to thank those of you who have expressed concern for my well-being. I would like to apologize for disapearing without reason. I am going to slowly get back into this. I may not write every day but, I will be around. I can't wait to get back to all of my friends and start seeing what they are up to.


Larry

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