A week or so ago I shared a biblical (and emotional) example of how God designed husbands and wives to be partners. Today, I’d like to share from a more earthly perspective.
I’m traveling today. Alone. And it’s just not the same as traveling with Husband. Aside from the obvious reasons I prefer to travel with Husband (one of which is definitely biblical), there are advantages to having him by my side.
1) The Admiral’s Club
2) free checked luggage
3) Sitting in 4A is infinitely more comfortable than squishing in 31D
I’m headed to the Little Rock. I’m sure it’s called the Little Rock because we all know who the BIG Rock is. (Check out 2 Samuel 22: 2-3 and Deuteronomy 32:4 for reminders).
Why the Little Rock you ask? I’m going to fill my cup, so to speak. My brother and his precious family recently moved to Little Rock where he is a pastor at St. Andrew’s Church. So I’m going to check out their new gig, love on my nephew and niece, and rub on my sister-in-law’s preggo belly! In addition to seeing the fam, I’ll be attending a conference at my little brother’s church. More on the conference later, but just to whet your appetite the subject is about The Big Rock.
The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge. He is my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold.
P.S. This is my first post from 24,000 feet. Technology still makes me feel like a bumpkin. One who is sitting in 31D!