Living life is an adventure! And I've got the best tour guide! Jesus!!
Sunday, February 27, 2011
Oh! Now I'm awake! But now I'm fretting about the end.....
I think it's always good when something goes wrong in a church service. Mostly because people start to fall asleep when the service follows the same pattern every week. Something like when the minister messes up, or a mic has feed-back, or like today for example, the guy who was praying for communion tripped over the mic stand and sent it plummeting for a guitar. Hahahaha....well....I thought it was funny.........>.< The result? Awakened people and a broken guitar string. What I'm trying to say is, people are so caught up in making sure everything about a church service is perfect, when in reality it is so much easier to relate to someone who seems human, not just some other person who's speaking on stage. I have actually felt the whole mood of a room change for the better when something unexpected happens. It's like we suddenly come back to reality and realise "Oh! I should be paying attention!" This is just my two cents, take it or leave it. Another thing I have noticed? Reading through the book of Revelations can sometimes scare the pants off even the toughest person. Like that one chapter when all its talking about is all the terrible things that are going to happen to the world when it starts to end. The reason I brought this up is because we just finished are study on that book in my youth group. I feel though that people, (Myself definitely included) get so caught up in whether we will still be around when all the bad things happen, or if God will take us away beforehand. I would love to think that the latter is the truth, but only God fully knows. The best thing I can do is just tell myself "Heck you're on the winning team anyways, why waste your time worrying about it?" Easier said then done right?? Haha well my purpose for the day is to realise that God is fully in control of everything, and he will never abandon me. All you guys remember that too! Love ya!