Tonight, both of the Hallmark channels, and the Lifetime channel are beginning their holiday movies. And I have to say that this day in October, because they always start in October, is almost my favorite day of the year.
I might even like it better than Christmas, because once Christmas gets here, the season is over. But on this day in October, it's just beginning.
So what could go wrong? Well, I don't have the Internet yet. I have been using a hotspot, but I won't be able to watch all the Christmas movies with it. Uh oh!
Looking for a Miracle - Expecting the Impossible
That headline is from a gospel song. And I have been praying for a miracle that would bring me my movies by tonight.
But so far, the road seems clear. Nothing I can see that is on the way.
And I use a healing technique, that I learned many years ago, from a wonderful, devout Christian man who was given the technique as an answer to prayer for his wife, who was depressed at the time. When he taught us this technique, he said that when we used it, one of two things would happen.
Either the problem would heal and go away, or we wouldn't care about it anymore. Well, I've been doing that technique every hour for days now.
But the problem has not gone away. And I'm still like, "God, ... tick tock!"
You Just Have to Wait
So I have been complaining. And have asked a couple of people why it takes things so long to manifest.
In my head, I heard, "why don't you ask God that question?" And my answer was that I have, but that the answer didn't seem very clear.
So this morning, I'm working on this blog, and creating the header graphic above, and it dawns on me that this song has been playing on repeat, in the background, on the radio in my mind...
"You can't hurry love. No, you just have to wait. Love don't come easy. It's a game of give and take. How long must I wait? How much more can I take? Just trust, give it time. No matter how long it takes..."
That God is a sneaky mcsneakerton!
God be like, "You gonna tell Me, I can't get a clear message to you? I don't think so!" ;)