Saturday, October 27, 2012

anything could happen

"but now I've seen it through
and now I know the truth
that anything could happen
anything could happen
anything could happen
anything could happen
anything could happen
anything could happen
anything could ... " (Ellie Goulding - Anything Could Happen, 2012)
"i don't think i need You."  that seems to be the prayer of most people today, with respect to God in Our Lord Jesus Christ.  they don't think, but maybe they are wrong?

i am officially hypnotized, mesmerized by this song.  last week, after Region IV Pastoral Meeting in Treadwell, i was headed home trying to wake myself up - late meeting, and i had 45min of driving.  so at 10pm at night i looked for one of my favourite SiriusXM channels, and of course got connected to BPM.  i heard Ellie a few times, and she started singing a song of songs.  i was moving, sick moves like Jagger, you should have seen me in da car! :)  good times.  i love this song, especially this particular remix.

anywho, i thought i'd pop by the blog, since it has been a while.  my video project for the Year of Faith is not over.  my goal is still one a week.  in fact, i think the diocese is now interested in helping this project idea!  however, even if i thought anything could happen with my ubercool phone, today, i am asking myself "why did i get a Google Nexus again"?  there's a system issue and it is now on its way back home to get looked at.  in the next few weeks i'll have a spare phone.  all this to say that my phone - primary video taker for my new cool idea - is now on the injured list.  stay tuned, though, since i think i have a video up my sleeve to share with you.

in the Year of Faith, anything could happen!  anything could happen, and everything will happen if you let God in Jesus Christ!  enjoy the ups and downs.  and never doubt in the one in whom we put our trust.
i know it's gonna be
i know it's gonna be
i know it's gonna be
i know it's gonna be
i know it's gonna be
i know it's gonna be
i know it's gonna be
i know it's gonna be [alright.]
peace.

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