|I forgot my devotional back in San Francisco!! argh! It’s really good, and it’s called, “A Godward Life” by John Piper. John Piper is a pastor of a church in Minniapolis, MN, and he speaks for seminars and such (as well as at OneDay 2000, where I got to hear him speak on Boasting Only in the Cross). Anyways, he has a lot of really interesting views on living our Christian lives, and some real paradigm shifts. One of which is this:
God is most glorified in us, when we are most satisfied in Him.
I can’t go into much detail into that, but just thinking about that idea gives me goosebumps! It’s really true that God is glorified in us, when we satisfied living out His purpose for us here on earth. If we’re doing what He’s telling us, He’s the one getting all the glory for it! and it’s great! =)
I almost bought an Avalon u5 over the weekend. Saw one on ebay for about 375$, and I kept bidding with a person till I reached 400$, and I quit. The person got the Avalon u5 for 405$, ahhh well. Maybe next time. =)
The CD project is going well. I have to try and keep on schedule though, which only leaves this last week to do all the guitar recording *sigh* Don’t know how that’s all gonna get done….but I can atleast try. If I’m not talking to you people all that much this week, that’s the reason why.
I’m enjoying my Chet Atkins. I don’t use my Taylor as much as I’d like to anymore, but it’s still a really nice guitar. Think I’ll spend some nice time with it, as we bond and make some beautiful music together for this recording. =)
I’m also starting to work in the Music Dept over at Berean. I was recently moved (well today will be my first day officiall in the music dept). This happened because one of the other people there is retiring. She’s worked there for 27 years or something like that, and that she’s just old now and can’t stand up on her feet all day. So I’m being moved over there from books. I was getting to know the book department really well too. Oh well, I think I like music a lot more anyways. =)
Thinking about buying one of these Franklin Electronic Ebookman from work. We get it at a discount, so it would come out to about 150$ for the 16MB one. Info is at www.franklin.com/ebookman/ Unfortunately, it doesn’t support Palm OS software, so I wouldn’t be able to get all the cool games and such…but it does have the basic PDA features (datebook, address book, to do notes), as well as some new features, like a voice recorder, or the ability to play mp3s on it (though it only has 16MBs of ram! what’s with that! haha). Anyways, I’ll look into that…wish there was a web site that had PDA reviews or something.
current mood: working