A reader last night had this line from my last blog stick in her mind. I’ll go on and say that this reader was one I had the pleasure of leading to Christ and there is nothing like that. I wasn’t there when it happened, but I had been dialoguing with her and she just woke up and knew it was true and that was that.
I never would have dreamed it would happen that day.
So today, my thoughts have flown around a few hundred places. I’ve also had a good conversation with a co-worker on matters relating to faith as he is a fellow Christian as well. For a surprise, I spent time with some friends. Readers wondering why my blog is late can rest assured I’m fine. I just had some friends up for some late night gaming and to watch an episode of Smallville.
And as I looked back, I could have done without work of course, but overall, the day was fine.
So did I lead someone to Christ? No. But it might happen tomorrow. I have no idea. I’m not sure if you’re like me, but when I think of the future, I have big dreams and hopes, but a lot of times, I see dread and terror and I worry about it. Isn’t that bizarre? Worrying about the future doesn’t change it. It only makes you the worser when it comes since you might not handle it as well.
The future, like death, is the great unknown. Rather than see it as an adventure to be lived, we so often see it as a dread to be avoided. It’s going to come either way. We won’t be able to do anything about it. We might as well enjoy it. Worrying never changes a situation. It only changes us and not for the better.
So I’m going to go on ahead to bed. I’m really tired as it’s past 2 AM as I write this. I need to get my rest. Who knows? Tomorrow, I might lead someone to Christ.