First thing in the morning, every morning, I have two priorities:
1. Listening to God and writing down His new words as I hear them.
2. Going back in time, giving a previously-written Heavenletter a name, and proofing the same Heavenletter which Theophil (and recently, while Theophil was having surgery, Normand) will number and post in a list of Heavenletters all set to go to press.
Listening to God and writing down His words is by far the easiest thing I do all day, and it is what I most love to do. First of all, it's from God! The second thing is that I am just a receiver. I don't have to do any thinking on my own. I don't have to think of a topic. It's all done for me. And hearing what God says is beautiful and upbeat.
Sometimes I write down God's new Heavenletter first, and sometimes I do the proofing first. Today I wrote the new Heavenletter first. And, wow, this morning's Heavenletter was a great one and such a surprise.
Now here's why I entitled this blog entry: God provides. He sure did, for this morning, when I woke up, I thought: "Yikes, what am I going to write about on the blog today?" I had no idea.
This morning, July 8, I wrote down the new Heavenletter first.
In this morning's newly-written Heavenletter. God ends with these words:
I am like a grape high on the vine, and you are almost reaching Me. One more hop, and you will have reached the heights that are yours and always were.
Then to the Heavenletter I am going to proof 1st written March 30, 2012, which I later entitle Bursting the Bounds of the World, I see that God begins with:
My heart is like a grape vine filled with grapes ready to burst open, they are so ripe. My heart is ripe with love ready to burst out from your heart, beloveds. My love, your heart. Your heart, My love, Our Heart, Our love, grapes from the vine made into wine.
Incredible for two Heavenletters I look at to be about grapes! What are the odds?
And, so, God gave me a topic to write for today's blog, and you just read it.
God, indeed, does provide!