I know, I know!
I feel just a little guilty to do two Max posts in a row since a few friends at district council told me this past week they actually use my blog as their devotional each day. JESUS HELP US. What have they done on the days I post a recipe or some trite observation like this? They might die on the vine spiritually if I do this too many days in a row. ::smile::
I missed him so much while I was at council. I miss him when I go overnight anywhere. I miss him even if I'm at the office! Who couldn't miss this adorable face? He's just as kind as he appears to be in this photo. Yesterday I came home from life coaching and I was exhausted. I planned to lay down for a few minutes and get up and start working on things. Max laid down next to me and three hours later we both woke up. Now THAT'S a nap.
Okay, today's Sunday so I don't feel too awful bad for my friends who are reading this blog as a devotional. You should be going to church today but if you're not and you just need something spiritual without finding it for yourself, consider this...my dog Max has more fruit of the spirit than most Christians. We can learn a lot from him. He's more loving, joyful, peaceful, etc. than most of the people I meet in daily life. It's pretty pathetic that we can be outdone in spiritual fruit by a dog, so let's determine more than ever to cultivate the characteristics of Jesus in our lives. There now...you have something for devotions today. Read Galatians 5:22 and you're all set. Here, since some of you might be too lazy to look it up just click this link here.