The Sharp Bite

Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the Making Disciples Blog. Sorry I have not written lately, but I have been kept busy, and tired by life.
Work has been making me so tired lately that I sometimes will go to bed as soon as I get home from work, without dinner or anything. Then I just sleep through until I wake up for work again. Very depressing life sometimes… I want to be able to spend time with Danae and Malikai when I get home from work. Oh well, we do what we have to do to pay the bills. So, on to some other news.
Malikai has been a little speed demon. He has fully mastered the crawl technique, staying on hands and knees, belly off the ground, and from one end of the room to the other in about 20 seconds or less. Whatever he sees that he wants, that’s what he goes for. It’s fun to watch him crawl around until he goes for something that he shouldn’t. The fun is only beginning.
Malikai can also quickly stand up as long as he is supporting himself on something. Of course with standing up comes falling down, which he does a lot also. He needs to learn how to sit down instead of just falling down. It reminds me of kids who are learning how to roller blade outside. They figure out how to go, but don’t really know how to stop so they just crash into the grass or nearest wall. Never does make much sense…
So, Malikai tried to suck on my finger the other day, and was biting down on it like usual, except unlike usual, this time the bite was a bit sharp. That’s right, Malikai’s first tooth is coming in. Lower front right tooth for those who absolutely must know every detail about it. I tried to take a picture of it, but they didn’t turn out at all.
There is just one more thing that Malikai is doing that is new. And it can best be displayed by a picture. So here:
That’s right, he is standing up on the second or third step, and all that with no assistance.
So of course this means I need to put up the gate that I have been procrastinating at putting up, but our stairs make it extremely difficult to attach a gate because the railing is so large and hangs down low. So tomorrow will be a trip to Home Depot so I can buy the stuff to screw it into the wall. Now I just need to find my drill which somehow wound up missing.
This weekend Danae’s sister is coming into town. That should be a fun time, but it would be better if we actually had the money to do things. At least going for hikes at any of the many hiking places around here is free. We will be taking full advantage of that next week. Also this weekend we have to get the 60,000 mile service done on the car and buy Malikai some bigger winter clothes. Not looking forward to the extra expenses, but it’s all a part of life. Even when we don’t know how we are going to make certain payments, we know that God will provide. It just takes faith, even when that faith is hard to have.
Remember the passage where Jesus says that God provides for the birds, they don’t have to worry about where their next meal will come from, and if God provides for the birds then how much more so will He provide for us? (Luke 12:22-34) It is so true, do we really think that God cares for us more than He does the birds of the air? If He does, then why should we ever worry about where our provisions come from? As Jesus said: “O you of little faith.” It all boils down to faith. If we have faith, then we find that there is nothing to worry about.
Of course I still have a problem worrying about money sometimes, but then I just need to sit back and think about the truth’s of the Bible. God does love us, so why would our heavenly father not provide for us? If even our earthly fathers provide for us when we ask for things such as food, and our earthly fathers being evil and sinful, how much more will our Heavenly Father provide, being perfect and good? (Luke 11:11-13)
Well I’m off to the world of Azuroth for an hour or so before going to bed, so until next time, I shall say good bye.
Good Bye!
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