if you live in pensacola, or anywhere around here, you experienced a torrential downpour yesterday, out of nowhere. the sky stayed a depressing dark gray, and right as my ten o'clock class rolled around, the oh-so-dramatic intermittent alarms went off on campus, warning all of us to get under our desks, fetal position, cover your head, and get right with God. tornado is coming, and we're all going to die.
well, none of us died, but i'm convinced an ant and or bug holocaust happened as a result of the amount of water that poured out of the sky yesterday. for real, it was ridiculous.
anyways, i didn't know what to expect this morning as the shade of my room. something told me though that today will be an exceptional day.
i have no complaints. its gorgeous outside.
and cool too. the perfect combination for a day of gazing at the school's flower patch, while i selfishly breathe in its aroma, and watching the little bird nest that includes a piece of garbage amongst it's twigs.
i'm happy its a beautiful day. its a miracle. we didn't know this day would happen until we got here. i played --this-- right when i opened the window to reveal the glory of the Lord and exclaimed "well glory glory hallelujah."
Romans 1:20- "for since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen." i'm seeing it Jesus. thanks a lot.