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I ended my 112th post by saying, “Life is abundant. Breathe deep.” I just felt like I should.
I then wrote, “I feel like there should be more,” stared at the sentence for a moment or two, striving to feel whatever this more was, but it never came to me, so I erased the sentence and published the entry. I wasn’t only talking about “more” writing, there was just more that needed to be found in life, something deeper to discover that tied in to my “breathe deep” statement.
I found it.
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Last night’s 608 service was one of the best I have ever been to. God showed up, and His Spirit swept through that place like a warm wave. Jon Weece gave an amazing message the lit fire to every heart present, and this is what I got from it:
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Our life is not even a blip on the radar of eternity. Our lives and everything that consumes them are just peanuts compared to the everlasting life awaiting us, surrounding us. We have been given this time, not to get a job and make money and buy a plastic house in the suburbs to fool ourselves into thinking we’re happy, but to glorify God. To worship Him. To love Him. To know Him and make Him known.
Our lives are not our own, but for Him and for eternity.
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Our PURPOSE is to bring glory to God, as it says throughout Scripture. Shouldn’t we be seeking to use every minute of every day to serve Him or worship Him in some way? Shouldn’t we be striving to think of ways we can use the resources like time and money for His good and glory?
But wait, there’s more.
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We were created in a Garden to love and live life, to enjoy it, to walk with God daily. We were not created to work, but to have the abundant life Christ promised. We were created to suck all the joy out of every moment that we can. That’s what I meant before. Breathe deep.
This is a God thing. You’ll see…
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Also during his message last night, Jon Weece shared with us an excerpt – the ending – of a sermon that never got delivered by Rev. Kyle Lake at University Baptist Church in Waco, Texas. Lake was electrocuted during a baptism in the service and died immediately. His sermon was left untouched on a nearby music stand.
Its ending was this:
Live. And Live Well.
BREATHE. Breathe in and Breathe deeply. Be PRESENT. Do not be past. Do not be future. Be now.
On a crystal clear, breezy 70 degree day, roll down the windows and FEEL the wind against your skin. Feel the warmth of the sun.
If you run, then allow those first few breaths on a cool Autumn day to FREEZE your lungs and do not just be alarmed, be ALIVE.
Get knee-deep in a novel and LOSE track of time.
If you bike, pedal HARD… and if you crash then crash well.
Feel the SATISFACTION of a job well done—a paper well-written, a project thoroughly completed, a play well-performed.
If you must wipe the snot from your 3-year old’s nose, don’t be disgusted if the Kleenex didn’t catch it all… because soon he’ll be wiping his own.
If you’ve recently experienced loss, then GRIEVE. And Grieve well.
At the table with friends and family, LAUGH. If you’re eating and laughing at the same time, then you might as well laugh until you puke. And if you eat, then SMELL. The aromas are not impediments to your day. Steak on the grill, coffee beans freshly ground, cookies in the oven. And TASTE. Taste every ounce of flavor. Taste every ounce of friendship. Taste every ounce of Life. Because it is most definitely a Gift.