that was what I was up to last night as I waited to go to my hour-long prayer vigil at church, to sit by Jesus as one might sit by a dying friend. The prayer vigil is a Saturday-before-Easter tradition that I've done for two years now. Last night was one of my most holy experiences...and I had a very different yet equally holy time last night as I sat, prayed, talked, wrote, from 11:00pm to 12:00am this morning - intentionally choosing that cross-over time to the first morning hours of Easter morning.
Before that, though, I recorded some video blogs I hope to share later today and in days to come.
They came out... get this.... accidentally upside-down.
Husband said he might be able to run it through his software and fix them.
How fitting, once I get over the upsetness of possibility having the videos ruined.
This Kingdom of God is upside-down, isn't it.
Jesus has risen, my friends.
Jesus is risen, He is risen, indeed.