God does not send us into the dangerous and exacting life of faith because we are qualified; He chooses in order to qualify us for what he wants us to be or do." Eugene Peterson
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After I get all of the mutating missionary blogs from the past re-posted here, I will continue writing fresh ones. Enjoy the review...
Robyn Rochelle Cox
Loving God in the Moment
Top six moments of this last few days:
6. not going to Croatia - having car issues on the way to the airport and having to send my colleague on without me - knowing that God was in control the entire time - the car issues were not serious
5. having coffee at the Red Coffee Box - it is finally re-opened after a 3 month vacation time
4. studying German at the Red Coffee Box, at the Bakarei, at the Chinese Restaurant, at the top of the mountain, in my car, and in my house
3. going on Friday with my dear friend P** to discover new places. Because we have both been sick with this yuck virus for weeks - we needed some fresh air. Driving to a nearby Munster we took a walk up the mountain and observed the historic sites. I needed a day for my artsy juices to flow.
2. Pre-season baseball began
1. SUNDAY - truly one of those days that I will hold in my heart for years to come. A blessing in so many ways. A young friend was confirmed, we celebrated, 3 women, 3 men (OK 2 women and 1 girl - 2 men and 1 young man) -- but we celebrated. We went to a Special Sunday Spot for Sunday dinner, we went back to friends house for coffee and music playing, and playing and playing, we walked in the Black Forest - we threw snowballs (remembering once again why I am amazed I am involved with baseball on any level ... I have NO throwing skills) we walked in the valley - in the dark - balls thrown - dog walked - conversation pleasant, God there.
I guess you could just say - the German flowed wonderfully, the laughter came easily, the love was apparent and bathed in. And God walked among us.
and naturally - the picture downloading on blogger just froze...
I will add some more later
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