Post-migraine mutterings


It’s been a while since I’ve had a migraine bad enough to make me throw up, and I’m thankful for that.  Interestingly enough, I broke a fast to eat something so I could take a pill to combat it but it didn’t work and basically threw everything up, so I guess I’m technically still fasting.  It always amazes me how great it feels to wake up after one and not have it, although I’d prefer to have gotten a few more hours of sleep.  Dan Mohler is coming in to speak at Global the next two days and I’m looking forward to that.  I have a feeling his messages will be on identity, but I still haven’t taken all the giants in the promised land, so it’s needed.

Yesterday Randy taught and then did impartation.  I so appreciate his heart and am always inspired when he speaks.  When he got to the impartation part he had people come up in groups (missions, church planters, etc.).  I’m not sure what I’m being called to and ended up going up at the end.  He went down the line and prayed and I stayed on my feet.  Paul (his assistant) followed and prayed for people as well.  I liked Paul’s “Surprise her, God…” prayer.  I’ve been hearing a lot about how He’s going to surprise me.  I’m due for a suddenly :)

In other news Kevin took off work on Monday.  He’s planning on cutting back to four days a week, which makes it tough on those days (yesterday he worked from 7 a.m. to almost 10 p.m.), but there’s a lot we need to do around here and weekends just don’t cut it.  Unfortunately it rained Monday so he couldn’t get as much done as he wanted to, but he did get a few things checked off the to-do list and was a great help when it came time to changing Connor’s diapers.  You see, Connor has decided that he wants to go go go all the time and has turned into a squirmer!  Makes things interesting when he has a major blowout (yeah, I know, tmi, lol).

I bought Brother Yun’s “The Heavenly Man”.  Think I’ll read some scripture and then start that.  Or maybe I’ll try to catch a few more zzzz’s.  Only have an hour though before the alarm goes off, and I love this time of day.  Decisions, decisions :)


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  1. you will enjoy “the heavenly man”. i was the first book i read when i came back to the church when my marriage fell apart. losts of interesting stuff, but emotionaly dry (deliperatly, rats…. that spelling thing again). A friend & his wife went to see randy in edinburgh last weekend and is back up there again today for work. I wish i could have gone, but the finances are short. will send you an email as well.

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