It is so good to be home. The time in Thailand was amazing and I’m so grateful I was able to be a part.
I really don’t even understand jet-lag. I mean the time change makes sense that it would bother you a little, but this is just odd. I’d think a good night’s rest would take care of it. Of course I know better. We’ve traveled enough to know what this is and to expect it. But that doesn’t make it any easier. I’ve heard it best described as living in a ‘fog’. That about says it. So, forgive me if over these next few days you and I meet and you leave wondering if I haven’t suffered a stroke. I think I’ll be fine. Eventually.
This morning at Grace was one of those special times. I can’t wait for Resurrection Sunday and the opportunity to share more of what happened today. Blew my mind! God’s grace is amazing the more we understand and celebrate who HE is and what HE had done for us. To think, we deserve hell, but instead we find ourselves in the righteousness of Christ. All because of His love and grace for us. What a blessing to be a part of this church and to know God is working through a bunch of ordinary people.