A few months ago, I finally succumbed and allowed my daughter (grown and living with me) to get a puppy. It's been a rambunctious joy ride thus far. A little smelly at times, but Charlie Girl has brought much delight to Grandma's cottage.
I'm amazed at how tuned in she is to my daughter. She knows where Leslie is going before she even gets there.
If Leslie heads toward the kitchen table, Charlie dashes ahead and drapes herself across Leslie's chair. If Leslie heads toward the stairs, Charlie blazes the trail and parks on the step in front of her. She wants to be with her master as much as she possibly can.
Questions to Ponder:
Who is your master?
Do you spend hours surfing the internet, but can't find time for devotion?
Do you rush to check your e-mails, but rarely open your Bible?
Do you spend more time blogging than being still with your Maker?
Are you consumed with work, dawn til night?
Facebook? TV? Hobbies? Sports?
What is it that grips you and keeps you engaged every day?
Whatever it is, it's your master.
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