ˌrēˈɡrō/ verb/ gerund or present participle: Regrowing "to grow or be grown anew or continued growth after an injury or after having died or withered"
I love how the prayer and worship to my Savior can just totally change things. It never ceases to amaze me how spending a couple hours reading my Bible and singing worship songs to Jesus changes me on the inside. I have no idea how it works or even why it works… All I know is it just does.
Wednesday I went to “Mainstreet” at TRBC before Campus Church and I spent some time reading my Bible and listening to music and journaling (sorry not blogging this time)… just writing down my thoughts from this year so far… things that have happened and all the ways that I have been pushed and challenged. All the things Jesus has done and the ways He has broken me only to rebuild me again better… It was a great time of just putting down everything in order… well I didn’t really type it in order, but in the end it’s in order 🙂
Then we had Campus Church.. which turned into almost 2 hours of solid worship time. *big sigh of relief* It was awesome. What was partially so great though was, they at one point had everyone sit down and put scripture on the screens for us to look up and The Boy and I shared my Bible while we read the various passages. Then when the music launched into the full worship section it was really neat to stand next to The Boy and worship… just be there together praising our Lord. It was awesome.
We went on a date and it was very causal and nice.. 🙂 Good times, at one point we were talking about various things going on that are just proving to be challenging in our lives. When I went home afterwards, I spent a really long time journaling and praying over the various things. What was so great about all of it is, that the next day The Boy called me really excited to tell me how God had already been answering these prayers of his… and unbenounced to him, my prayers as well. I pointed out that sometimes things like that just prove to be little “I love you” notes from Jesus…
Prayer and worship have more of an affect then we realize I think.