turned into a five-hour visit.
The waitress came by regularly for the first 45-minutes. After that, we became a novelty. She would still come by and offer service, but it was with a different attitude.
It wasn’t that she had to serve us (which she did because she gets paid to do so), but that she wanted some of what we had.
A shared knowledge of how much we were loved and cherished by Jesus.
People cringe at that word. Yes, cringe. You can say God all day long, but mention Jesus and people start to squirm.
But that is a post for another day.
Back to the point at hand …
Our simple lunch turned into five hours of worship, confession, joy, praise and thanksgiving.
Day two, resolution free, and I’ve already been blessed abundantly.
Living life in real time.
Speaking of real time, I encourage everyone to check out So Real Ministries, founded by my friend Lori, who along with myself, sat in a booth at Teddy’s in Nickelsville today for the whole five hours. We did. And nobody ran us out. But I digress. Check out So Real on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SoRealMinistries and on Twitter at @SOREALMinistry .