Is that a light…

Today I am certain that somewhere in the distance I saw, for just a moment, a light at the end of this tunnel.  It was small and so very far away, but it was a light.  I’m plugging away at all of my photo sessions.  Believe it or not, it takes a while to edit 2000 pictures from a wedding.  (now add an engagement and bridal session onto that – and repeat it every week for a few months, and you’ll know how I feel)

Seriously though, my to-do list is slowly dissolving into my been-done list.  That’s a great feeling, even if there’s still piles and piles of work to shovel.

Breanna finally returned last night from her mission trip.  Hearing her talk about praying for people and listening to her testimonies of what God did was something I’ll never forget.  I’m so incredibly thankful for the P.E.A.K. team and Pastors Allen and Denisa for helping to make such an impact on my daughters faith walk.

While they were gone, she stopped at the Ron Jon Surf Shop in Coco Beach, FL.  She had to get me this coffee mug – which is only 2/3 full of coffee now.  (also feeling thankful for some starbucks via that I found in the cupboard today)


I’m also starting a dedication time today.  I feel like I really need to seek God more intensely for a while.  Some of the decisions that we’re about to make are likely to have profound impacts on our future, and I don’t want to neglect my best life for a good life.  Today this verse really cheered me up.  Heb 6:12-15 Msg.

“Don’t drag your feet.  Be like those who stay the course with committed faith and then get everything promised to them.  When God gave his promise to Abraham, he backed it to the hilt, putting his own reputation on the line.  He said, “I promise that I’ll bless you with everything I have – – bless and bless and bless!”  Abraham stuck it out and got everything that had been promised to him.”

That’s some good motivation there.


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Jeremy BinnsWhen I'm not trying to save the world from the coming zombie invasion, I love my wife, hug my daughters, write, photograph, listen, observe, explore, and worship.View all posts by Jeremy Binns →

"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose." - Jim Elliot

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