Quite frankly, Sunday night was epic! It was one of those services where the choir was at its peak and the audience worshipped the Creator. Glory!! As a choir member, the rest of the evening I had the euphoric afterglow of a program well given. With that feeling was a measure of exhaustion and weariness after having completed a week long tour yet a element of joy was there knowing that God had used us to touch people’s lives. I’m so humbled that He actually did so.
Now that I’m back from college, I have officially joined the ranks of the employed. Employment became a higher and higher priority for me as the end of semester drew closer and closer. I had some leads that I pursued but nothing full time which is what I preferred. If all else would have failed, I would have worked for my dad in the family business. Yesterday I was chatting with one of the youth guys and he gave me a hot lead. He had been contacted by a construction foreman who needed a driver in the worst sort of way. I got the number from my friend and called this foreman this morning. By 3:30 this afternoon, I had the job. I couldn’t have asked for a better fit. It fits with my previous skills, the hours and wage are what I was looking for, and I only have two miles to work! That is awesome! In the back of my head, I can hear a divine whisper, “See, everything was going to work out. Now take this as evidence that I have the rest of your future taken care of.” Ah, if only trust were so easy! If we could learn the lesson once and retain it forever.
Thanks to HIS provision, I start work on Thursday.