By Charlie Johnston
After getting home late Tuesday, I took both Wednesday and Thursday completely off – reading, watching TV, and sleeping. Whew! I love my work, but after a six-week swing, I am completely exhausted.
My son pressed me on whether I am feeling the pressure as events draw ever closer to climax. I chuckled and told him I worry about details; I worry about how well I am prepared to effectively offer hope in each circumstance. When I wrote the piece, “Semper Fideles, Adeste Fideles” I had been up half the night before worrying that I had not sufficiently taken seriously the possibility of a massive disruption of communications – and that it was my duty to give a little glimpse of what I will do when things fall apart. Speaking of the Jericho March now seemed the only prudent thing to do, so that people would not be in the dark even if malevolent forces tried to, um, force the darkness on us.
I am working on a piece entitled, “I Killed Christ…And So Did You.” I hope to have it up tonight (someone insightfully suggested I take a cue from my angel and just say “soon”).
In the meantime, here are a few new videos:
First, Part 2 of the Focus TV Interview is here. When you get to the site, just click play on “Tracking the Storm, Part 2”.
Finally, I discovered that one of my favorite talks, from the Santa Maria Vineyard and Winery last fall had never been linked to here. That is now corrected. It is the one where I accidentally left my phone on – and it rang in the middle of my talk. Thinking quickly, I said, “I’m not going to take this unless it is from God,” looked at my phone and cut the call. I wasn’t thinking quickly enough: if I had, I would have opened my eyes wide after looking at the screen and said, “I’ve got to take this.”