But what struck me isn't necessarily what was said, but how it was said. You can come up to me and tell me that "Thinking is a luxury" but I would receive it differently than from spotting it on a mattress as I was backing my car out of my parking spot. I was attracted to it being sprayed on a mattress and not a wall (thank you, person for keeping LA "clean"). I wonder if they brought out that mattress too or just found it randomly.
Anyway, sometimes I understand His message more clearly in HOW it is told to me. Yes, the words are important and the message will be received loud and clear. However, my attitude and reception can be affected with the delivery. It's all about the delivery. I always as God to speak to me and give me clarity. I realized that I've been waiting for Him to speak words...wait...yell some words into my ear so I may hear. I need to keep my eyes open for His message in the small things. Yes, it's exercising mystagogia all day errrrr day.
Funny because I was in a meeting at work and saw this out of the window:
I mean...it could be for me...or it could be for you...either way, I love how Jesus reaches out to us in the simplest ways. No need for loud shouting and it's all still loud and clear.
What's #30daysofmystagogia? You can refer back to my blog on "About Time" to understand the meaning behind this project.