Point Your Finger

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When great things happened on the baseball field Sammy Sosa of the Chicago Cubs would always hit his heart then point to the sky. Not all but most thank God when receiving a Grammy, Golden Globe or Oscar. I chuckle. Only because I'm stuck wondering what they do for the rest of the day. Being grateful for a victory is an awesome feeling. Is anyone just as grateful when they receive a 200th employment rejection letter? Do we thank the higher energy when the electric bill this months exceeds what you planned in your budget? Not by choice but I turn a lot of heads when I walk through a McDonalds or Starbucks and in my space I speak openly to living and loving Christ that nobody not even I can see. I'm grateful for what's being laid out and will take the path to where it's been commanded to grow. Which sounds kind of weird until you begin to think about the number of times a Star Wars character found themselves in the center of an extremely hot desert and somehow someway they found their way to where it was they were going as well as growing. I've rewound the VHS tapes and or digital TV and in every scene I never once saw a path. How then did they know the way? That's what this podcast is all about. Just point the finger. Make in your moment of now that tip of your finger being the eyes guider as to where the Great Creator has been placed on your path. It's like, "Oh wow God. Today you're a tree outside my window." Learning to express how grateful you are shouldn't be in the name of victory only. To get to where you want to plant your next step you've got to endure a few jabs to the gut. Rather than gloat about what's floating your boat, invite the makings of that moment into your heart by way of being grateful. No matter how bad the day or situation, through you others will learn.

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