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I want to be clear on the front end of this post that I do NOT subscribe to the “name it, claim it” school of theology.
Since my little post a couple of days ago, where I put it out there into the universe that I believe in Divine Appointments, I have had no less than four of what I would consider to be prime examples of the very thing I was referring to: conversations where I felt the touch and the presence of divine grace: conversations that were meant to be.
It makes me wonder why I don’t wake up every day with a sense of anticipation and expectation in regard to what God might have in store for me that day.
And, ever since my friend Anne sat on my futon (8 months ago) and said she wanted to win Invisalign braces – only to win them last week, I have been contemplating the potential power that there might be in speaking your heart’s desire out loud.
(And while, I’m on this topic: I plan to go to Ireland some day, by the way.) 😀
Anyway: I’m on my vacation with my blogging buddy, and having a wonderful time, and we’re starting our day by each posting a quick one (Dueling Blogjoes at the breakfast table!), but I thought I would ask a quick couple of questions:
Have you had a divine appointment lately?
Have you ever said something out loud, and had that very thing come to pass?
Can’t wait to hear your thoughts!