I smiled as I looked out the back window. A beautiful cross etched into the morning sky, “Good morning!”
It was indeed a good morning and a good rest of the day. We had a nice visit from William’s Mom who we haven’t seen in a while. Nora and I stayed home while the rest of the family went up to the school playground and then to the store. While Nora napped I got to watching Undercover Boss on TLC. If you’re not familiar with it, it is a reality show that features the CEO or owner of a company who is put to work in his or her company among the “common people” in disguise. It’s entertaining to watch the unsuspecting employees say and do things they never ever would have if they knew the supposed new employee they were training was the CEO!! At the end of each episode it was revealed who the “new employee” really was. The loyal and hard working employees were graciously rewarded for their diligence, others had some explaining to do. I found myself getting choked up at this point. There was something that resonated inside of me as it pertains to Christ. I wondered how many times I’ve been in the position of the unsuspecting employee blatantly saying and doing things in the presence of Jesus and/or His angels in disguise. Beside the glaring moments of my human inequities, I hope there will also be the moments that make God smile — the moments he’ll want to reward me for.
Keep on loving one another as brothers and sisters. Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it.
(Hebrews 13:1-2 NIV)
I love, love, love this song:
“You are looking for a king you will never recognize.”
Also a reminder that I can be Jesus In disguise to others.
Nora is doing so much better! Her cold is definitely on its way out of here!
The boys went to the Bengal’s game, so Greta, Nora and I had a Girl’s Day In.
We watched movies, ate popcorn, drank milkies and took baffs all day.
Nana and Papa came to visit this evening and brought dinner and desserts. I love my Mom and Dad! It was a perfect way to end the weekend.