My son is almost done with his year stint at RevHi. He is coming back from the Philippines to Hawaii, then off to Cali and then back to Phoenix. At that point, I have spoken with him about coming out here for a visit to which he heartily agreed. I'm looking forward to seeing him, talking about our Lord with him, hearing about his adventures and his plans. And just spending time with him before he moves on to whatever it is that the Lord has for him to do at this point.
As for me, seeking the Lord about what is going on over here is really top priority. I have to know what I am doing here - as in, what is His plan for all of this?
Regardless, another work week has yet arrived and I am finding the work hours to be unacceptable. Consuming 12 hours of every day from the time I leave until the time I get back this way and leaving much of nothing left over to do much of anything is not a life, it's just a rut/groove that you get into and easy to get sucked up into to the point that you find it hard to break your way out of it.
But, I intend on praying over all of this, not running out and trying to find another place of employment. If God wants me working somewhere else or doing something completely different in order to pay the bills and be able to bless others, then I place my hope and faith in Him to make that happen. Not that I don't have to do anything about it, but certainly I have to spend the time it takes to seek Him and hand this all over to Him, where it belongs.
Well, as usual for a workday morning, I am out of time.
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