A patient person I am not, but God is telling me to wait.
“In waiting, we will live an overcoming life as we learn to walk in God’s joy, peace, and contentment. When we wait, He will give us His secrets to kingdom living. By waiting for God’s wisdom and direction, we will accomplish the most for Him. ”
“He is looking for those who can wait and let the flesh die so that the spirit can truly live for His purposes.” From Intercessors Arise, by Debbie Przybylski.
So I wait….
Well, I finished Breaking Dawn around 1a.m. I’m dragging today, but I could not put it down! It has to be my favorite, but I loved all of them. Honestly, book two was more about Jacob, and I liked it the least. Still liked it though! It was such an easy read that I actually felt like I was a part of the story, so I can’t wait until the movie comes out, (31 days), and Brooke and I can go see it. I hope it lives up to the book. I’ve seen a couple of trailers, and I guess Stephenie Meyer was really involved in the making of it.
I kind of felt lost without reading it this morning and then I realized, o yeah, laundry, floors, dishes, blog…all that stuff that I’ve been neglecting for this teen love story!
I’ve been missing in action lately because of a book. Well, actually a series of teen books. Brooke’s friends got her started on the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer, and because of the content, I wanted to preview what she was reading. It’s about a girl who falls in love with a vampire, and he tries not to fall in love with her but doesn’t succeed. I know! Crazy strange, huh? I was worried about darkness and evil forces, but it’s really just a love story that I can’t seem to get enough of. I’ve just started the 4th and final book, so only 600+ pages and I’ll be back to my bloggy self. I’ve gotta find out how it ends!