Sunday School was good today. I didn’t think I would be interested in a study solely on the life of Jesus. Been there, done that, right? Um, no. It barely even scratches the surface. Well, I know a lot–I just have never studied the actual scripture that shows why I believe that. And I have been so interested in what we learn. I even took a notebook today and took notes. I’m realizing that I have taken so many things for granted that I believe. I still believe it and it’s not changing that, it’s just broadening and giving me a very deep appreciation for it. The truth of the matter is in a global religious sense, Christians believe some wacky stuff!! Like I said, I’m not saying I’ve changed my mind about anything, it’s just since being in college and the workplace and out of my little world, I’m seeing tons of people who don’t believe in Christianity and it’s really challenged me to know what I believe and why. Not for them and not even to persuade them. But just so I know. I can’t explain really where I stand. It’s like I know it all and I’ve heard it all and I’ve read the scriptures, it’s just like everything is coming alive and has a real place in the world and not just my life. I’m not sure if anyone can understand that but it’s to get back to that place where I want to read the Bible and am ready to learn more. And you know what, the desire comes after the practice. It’s funny, I’m learning that to be something, you can’t wait until an opportunity comes or the desire or the will to do something comes along. You have to just do it. If you want to be a great Christian (assuming you are already saved), pray, read your Bible, go to church, sing in the choir, visit visitors and then the desire comes after that. It’s sort of like Emma and potty training, I just had to put the panties on for her to be potty trained. As long as she wore the pull-ups, she acted like a baby. When she put on the panties, after a couple tries, she knew she had to be a big girl and go potty like a big girl. If you “put on” the life of Christ, you’ll be a great Christian. And yeah, it may just be hard work at the beginning, but believe me, it doesn’t take long for it not to just be a habit and actions but you become it.