URGENT! TRAVELING ON FAITH
Sometimes my schedule is crazy. This time, after a few busy days, I've built in time for God's plan to unfold. I hope you enjoy this email message of faith sent to:
Sr. Immaculata Knox R.S.M.
Ascension Catholic Church
Melbourne, FL, U.S.A.
July 27, 2015
Subject line: URGENT TRAVELING ON FAITH
Hello Sr. Immaculata!
Julie Hoy here.
I understand you are traveling in Ireland. Not sure if you have returned yet. I wanted to write to let you know that I will be in Melbourne in a couple of weeks. I’m hoping we can connect. I was invited to lead a faculty retreat for John Carroll High School in Ft. Pierce. I booked several extra days, by faith.
Here’s my schedule:
I fly into Melbourne on Monday, August 10. I’ve rented a car and will head to Ft. Pierce for the retreat with John Carroll faculty. (By the way… if you wish to join me for that I would ABSOLUTELY love it! And so would they.)
I check out of my hotel in Ft. Pierce on Wednesday, August 12. After that I have nothing planned… no reservations made... and nothing scheduled until I fly home on Monday, August 17.
While I was unable to reach you… I called the church office. They told me you would not be back until the end of July… but would most likely be around that second week in August. Needing to book my flight, I asked God how long I should stay. Not knowing what might happen, just in case I might be able to see you and even perhaps be of some use while I’m there. If I heard right…God said to stay till the 17th. And so I am.
So... here I come. Me and my guitar will be there Wednesday, 8/12 - Monday 8/17.
What do you think? Got time? Any ideas? Shall we talk?
I look forward to hearing from you… and in faith... to seeing you.
With love, blessings and a whole lot of trust in God,
To those of you who have taken time to read this:
I take you with me on this journey of discovery. Maybe something will happen, maybe nothing at all. The plan is in God's hands and I'll keep you posted.
2 Corinthians 5:7
7 for we walk by faith, not by sight.
2 And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect.