(a testimony involving work, a lovely woman, and new territory)
1 I had a great encounter with a godly woman today.
2 She is a naturally beautiful woman, in that no matter how old she is, she is so very young on the inside;
3 so very lovely, and delightful, like a flower blooming in the summer.
4 She had some catering that needed to be done at the restaurant where I work, and it’s always a privilege when wisdom herself comes into a place,
5 so I was so honored to watch and see what ‘right’ looks like, as I very much do often whenever she comes around.
6 Watching her, I told my co-worker I could help her with her bags, and was delighted to help her.
7 More than what I expected happened, in that next we went to where she worked.
8 I usually go as far as with people to their car and that’s it, but never do we get in it and go someplace.
9 Similarly, we went out the front door and went into the building next door, (which I’ve only seen a bit of from the outside), went up the elevator and into where she worked.
10 It was such an environment thick with authority, as, (I believe) everyone else was older than me,
11 had such a more-than-the-amount-of-money-I-make paying job, and were talking about careers and teams and things of that nature.
12 These things I’ve heard about on the internet and seen in movies, not really been around, and if so, not that up close.
13 It reminded me of heaven, and how God is the boss of reality, as He’s in control, and on His throne, has a kingdom, (like a boss has a company),
14 and runs things with many servants, (angels and whatnot), attending to this and that.
15 We took 2 trips, and such was very fun.
16 It reminded me of being taken to heaven by an angel and seeing what it’s like there!
17 Praise God for His ability to reward people for faithfulness, have them be led by wisdom in the way of substance and righteousness,
18 visit new territories and learn while serving in new kingdoms, and give fruitful testimonies to edify His people. Woohoo!
Inspirations: Proverbs 3:18, Psalm 128:1 (GNT), Proverbs 8:20-21