Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Hump Day - Wednesday

Feels more like the final day, but it's only Wednesday. Flying up to Poughkeepsie on Saturday then getting busy with the week's meetings on Sunday has kind of skewed my weekly timing.

We are having a blast. God is so very faithful and good. He's meeting and encouraging the people of The River Church, connecting hearts and reestablishing relationships.

It's so great for us to be with Marlow and Tonya again, and Mike and Lisa.

I spoke last night on the Love of God. Did okay I guess. God showed up and poured out His love on people which is far better than how well I spoke.

The weather is beautiful.

It's been a good week.

Tomorrow we are going down to the City. Hopefully, we'll see a show.

Hosea 10:12 Sow to yourself in righteousness, reap in mercy, break up your fallow ground, for it is time to seek the Lord until He comes to rain righteousness upon you.

I love this verse. It's speaks of stirring ourselves up to seek the Lord. To call upon Him. Break up the crusty, dry place of our lives by seeking the Lord. Ask Him to come and rain on you, encourage you, water the dry places. He will.

4 comments:

Tracey Bateman said...

MISSING you, Rachel!! So glad things are going well. You are amazing as a speaker, especially when God breathes on your words. I'm sure it was marvelous!

Beautiful scripture. Thank you. It hit the spot today

Rachel Savage said...

Enjoy the city...you should try to see "Wicked." It's the story of the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda, the Good Witch of the North before Dorothy came along. One of my favorite show...I've seen it twice!

Elizabeth said...

Your teaching was good! I think it came out a little different because we had already had a real love themed night and it was putting words to what people were already feeling. I think it gave them something solid to take home.
I hope you're having fun today! Be sure to let me know how the last night went :-)

Heather Diane Tipton said...

oooh good scripture!

Wish I coulda heard you speak!