2-Minute Multiplier: Groundhog Day
“It’s like everyday I wake up and it’s the same day, the same stuff over and over,” Bill Murray’d Pastor Anthony via Zoom this week.
For routine-lovers, repetition and same-squared energizes and inspires. For the rest of us, it explodes our heads.
For all of us, the same ol’ same ol’ has potential to form new habits, new disciplines that form a new me. Especially if we believe following Jesus is a 24/7 journey, full of slogging and sliding.
Three years routinely observing miracles with Jesus undoubtedly formed new character in those close 12.
If 30 days a new habit makes, what new habits will be made in you by May?
I suspect they will be of the connecting kind, realizing the many ways we can share love and concern even if we are not in the same physical space.
And perhaps of the forgiving kind, realizing the many ways we can share love and concern even if we can’t get out of the same physical space.