She was right. I didn't want it. But, I was sure glad it wasn't a call from a state trooper telling me my husband had died in a car accident on the way home from commuting between another city. I know that the devil wants my marriage. I'm glad to say that with Jesus' help, he won't have it. We're going to trust in the Lord and wait for Him to save us from our crisis. Unlike the kids in Lemony Snicket, we have a hope that will not disappoint us.
Yesterday's post, which I never got around to typing out because of obvious distractions, was about the emails I have gotten regarding Starbucks. I love me a Frappuccino - a Grande Decaf Hazelnut Coffee Frappuccino, to be exact. Yet, I can break my habit and drink coffee at home. Coffee Mate's Hazelnut Creamer is good enough for me. Here are the two links that you should see regarding Starbucks and their support of the 'agenda'. I have no problem with people who are gay. I don't hate them. I just don't agree with the sin of homosex or the "agenda" being taught in public schools and workplaces. I also don't want to fund events that have known sexual predators working around children. So, with a sad wave farewell, I bid my drive-thru coffee habit good-bye. At almost 4$ a cup, it won't hurt my checkbook either.
Be sure to check out the article "Starbucks: A habit easily broken" by By Meghan Kleppinger © 2005 WorldNetDaily.com ...
And check out the image of a Latte being served near you from the Baptist Press News .
Have a great weekend! God is GOOD!