I am pretty sure I have been thankful for this before, but it only happens so often, which means it's understandable to be thankful again today. For those of you who don't know, House of Worship is a night twice a semester where a local group worships God with whoever wants to come. It's always at a random house that the owners, who are TCU students, allow us to worship in or outside in their backyard. So whoever that is, thank you so much!
Tonight was a little bit of a different experience because the cops showed up. Typically when this many people congregate at one place people assume it is a Frat Party. I don't blame them for coming at all because that means the neighbors must have complained about the noise. I hate that we disturb people, but I love that we worship. I think it's funny that people assumed it was a frat party. Imagine the cops' faces when they heard it was a bunch of college kids worshiping Jesus. Unfortunately they had to ask us to shorten the time of our worship and turn off the sound system. This must have been especially sad for the seniors because this was the last one they get to attend.
At first I was like wow this gonna be no fun. Why would this happen?
Along with everyone else, I realized that it doesn't matter what is going on around us, and the situation we're in doesn't matter- we can always worship God.
I actually think it turned out to be better!
Just a quick little lesson that I am thankful for today!
Pray for me... I have a crazy weekend ahead that looks like no sleep, but so much fun! I hope you all take this lesson and remember to be thankful for today!
Southern and Thankful
Blessed is an understatement when it comes to my life. Each and every day I am amazed by God's steadfast love. In return, I have claimed this space to show my thanks and whatever else comes along the way. A recent graduate from Texas Christian University who loves any creative insta post, all donuts, and dress pants that make you do a double take. I pray God has a grand purpose for me and I plan to get there with a little Southern and a lot of Thanks! Join me!