Hedge of Protection

The other night I was in the mushpot at Bluewater Mission. A bunch of people were prophesying over me. One girl had already prophesied over me, but the pastor felt like there was one more prophecy that needed to be told for me, and he told her to give it to me. All of the prophecies I had been given were pretty intense. It was dramatic. The Holy Spirit was really moving. Things like about what God is currently doing in my life, what God will be doing in my life in the coming future, and some good advice about my current circumstances. Best of all, I knew that all the prophecies were true. So the girl prayed for a moment, then finally she said to me, “You need to laugh more.” It was so unexpected, I couldn’t help but laugh, and the others around me also laughed. I realized it was true. This semester has been a rather intense semester. Intense, but mostly in a good way. Nevertheless, I do feel exhausted, and I do feel like God is telling me I need to relax some, and, well, laugh. So I found this:

The best part is between 0:53-1:58. “I don’t mean to complain, but is that the best you can do?”

Mister Romney’s Neighborhood

Mister Romney’s Neighborhood

This was funny. This is a reference to Romney’s recent remark that if elected president, he would cut funding to PBS, a move which I am strongly against. If we can spend 45 million dollars on a single F16, we can surely keep PBS alive. PBS is important to early childhood education. Without it, kids are going to be left with no other choice but to watch Nickelodeon and Disney and all the junk those two channels feed kids.

(The dog joke is a reference to how he once tied his dog to the roof of his family vehicle.)

How to talk to a woman:

 

“Oh, you sly dog! Woof, woof! You are a real player, you know that?”

 

 

 

 
Just in case the video is someday taken off-line, here’s a transcript from the best part:

“You gotta march right up to this woman. You look her right in the eye. You lean forward, just really low…almost all the way. Then you let her lean forward just a little bit…until you’re just a lips distance away from each other. And then you just tell her…how much you hate her.”

– King Julian, Madagascar 2