It’s funny how much the tiny things mean to me. Catching you grinning at me instead of watching the movie, the shiver that extends through my arm when you circle your thumb in my palm, the completeness in that first embrace after not seeing each other… those are the moments that seem insignificant, but define us and who we are together.
I meant to make a post about this last night, but I had a headache(still do) and never got around to it.
Anyways, for the past two weeks at BCM, our former worship leader Trey has been speaking to us about Decision Making and the Will of God. He basically went over how the church teaches us to make decisions and where the teaching comes from, but how it’s not actually true(if I get some of the notes, I will totally share them with you all). And that was last week’s BCM. This week he talked about the way the Bible does instruct us to make decisions.
Anyways, after he finished and the band played “Like a Lion,” his girlfriend Rachel came onstage to read the announcements since there was no BCM news filmed for this week. Normally, the speaker(no matter who it is) doesn’t come up on stage with Rachel when she does this, but Trey did.
He waited until she was finished with announcements and said that if anyone had any questions that they could talk to him about it and then led into how making the decision of who you’re going to marry is very important and then got down on one knee and proposed to her.
It was seriously the cutest thing I’ve ever seen. Need I mention there was probably roughly 200 people in there, so they were all clapping and smiling and a few people were crying and it was just adorable all around.
Just thought I would share.
I am a closed book. I need you to take both sides of my cover and pull them apart to get to the pages. I need you to not only read, but to study, what’s inside. And I need you to keep the contents to yourself and keep me even closer. That’s what I need.
“Yes, everything else is worthless when compared with the priceless gain of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord. I have discarded everything else, counting it all as garbage, so that I may have Christ and become one with Him. I no longer count on my own goodness or my ability to obey God’s laws, but I trust Christ to save me.”