Are you interrupted well?

Are You Interrupted Well?

Make time. Are you interrupted well? I don’t do well with interruption. We all need to make time to be interrupted by others. Remember things don’t happen on our time, they happen on God’s time. Let’s make room today for interruptions, time for God to work through us.

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