Play It Forward --Living A Life Youve Always Wanted!


What would your life be like if you lived each event backwards? If you knew what was coming in your life next how would you react?

John Eldredge writes in his book Waking the Dead, "God what do you have for my heart today?" He continues by saying, "you may be stunned by what he guides you into. I began the day at six in the morning asking God, "What do you have for my heart today Lord." I had a few minutes to spare this morning (very unusual) so I had a cup of coffee at Starbucks. During that time a brain storm came to me and I wrote feverously for thirty minutes, jumped in the car and decided to take a tour of the new Wal-Mart food store in St. Matthews as I headed back to work. When I arrived at the store it was not raining, as I began to leave it was pouring. I didn't buy anything so I went out the entrance way. At the same time I realized it was raining an elderly woman coming into the store asked me to help with fix her umbrella, it was stuck open. I'm thinking, not now lady my top's down in my car and there are fish swimming in it, but calmly with a smile I help her. Then she wants me to fold it for her, you've got to be kidding me. She proceeds to thank me (as I swiftly move away) and she says, "by the way there is a convertible in the parking lot with the top down.

As I ran out I yell that's mine thank you: Now, how many seventy year old woman notice or even care about a comfortable sports car in the midst of fifty cars in a lot? I get in, sit in a puddle of water, close the top and start to drive off. As I do so, I look over and see a plastic hair protector (I don't know what the real name of them are. Elderly people wear them to cover there hair up from rain) covering my books and what I wrote at the coffee shop. It was then I realized what God had just allowed to happen. The same women I just helped had taken off her head wear and put it over my books protecting them from the rain. "What do you want from my heart today Lord, was just answered." I didn't know this lady, nor did she know me or my car, that wasn't the massage. The massage was, we reap what we sow. What ever you want for your heart you must sow. Isn't that just like God to answer our prayers by teaching us something. He didn't directly answer it he put it back on me with a life experience.

What ever your heart needs or desires give it away. Give it away until your heart becomes a reservoir of life. Is your heart a canal or is it a reservoir? Is it over flowing or just passing by? Today giving something precious of yours away this week. Maybe it's time, maybe its, money, maybe it's processions. "What do you want for my heart Lord?" It may be then we realize there are Angels among us all the time. What would your life be like if you lived each event backwards? If you knew what was coming in your life next how would you react?

John Eldredge writes in his book Waking the Dead, "God what do you have for my heart today?" He continues by saying, "you may be stunned by what he guides you into. I began the day at six in the morning asking God, "What do you have for my heart today Lord." I had a few minutes to spare this morning (very unusual) so I had a cup of coffee at Starbucks. During that time a brain storm came to me and I wrote feverously for thirty minutes, jumped in the car and decided to take a tour of the new Wal-Mart food store in St. Matthews as I headed back to work. When I arrived at the store it was not raining, as I began to leave it was pouring. I didn't buy anything so I went out the entrance way. At the same time I realized it was raining an elderly woman coming into the store asked me to help with fix her umbrella, it was stuck open. I'm thinking, not now lady my top's down in my car and there are fish swimming in it, but calmly with a smile I help her. Then she wants me to fold it for her, you've got to be kidding me. She proceeds to thank me (as I swiftly move away) and she says, "by the way there is a convertible in the parking lot with the top down.

As I ran out I yell that's mine thank you: Now, how many seventy year old woman notice or even care about a comfortable sports car in the midst of fifty cars in a lot? I get in, sit in a puddle of water, close the top and start to drive off. As I do so, I look over and see a plastic hair protector (I don't know what the real name of them are. Elderly people wear them to cover there hair up from rain) covering my books and what I wrote at the coffee shop. It was then I realized what God had just allowed to happen. The same women I just helped had taken off her head wear and put it over my books protecting them from the rain. "What do you want from my heart today Lord, was just answered." I didn't know this lady, nor did she know me or my car, that wasn't the massage. The massage was, we reap what we sow. What ever you want for your heart you must sow. Isn't that just like God to answer our prayers by teaching us something. He didn't directly answer it he put it back on me with a life experience.

What ever your heart needs or desires give it away. Give it away until your heart becomes a reservoir of life. Is your heart a canal or is it a reservoir? Is it over flowing or just passing by? Today giving something precious of yours away this week. Maybe it's time, maybe its, money, maybe it's processions. "What do you want for my heart Lord?" It may be then we realize there are Angels among us all the time.

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