Many things have led to this day. I have often reflected on what led me to Kentucky and the job I enjoy at the Creation Museum. It is a turn of events that I could have never planned myself. I clearly see the hand of God orchestrating my steps to bring about His plan. And then I think of how he brought me to meet Amy. If you believe in luck what are the odds that I would find my future spouse hundreds of miles away during a weekend in June? But i don't believe in luck--God is sovereign. (you can read the story on our wedding website) There have been hard days since I proposed in late December. I remember thinking several times that this day would never come. Several times I was tempted to despair. Yet Amy was always there for me. However, she did not simply reassure or comfort me--she always reminded me of God's faithfulness, of His perfect character, and His promises to us. And I stove to remind her of the same during her difficult days.
But the day is finally here. I know God is good. The weather looked iffy for several days (we gave outside pictures planned), but the day has dawned with a predicted 0% chance of rain. Both of our families (mine a tad larger, ;-)) have gathered together to enjoy this day with us. The rehearsal last night went well (carrots notwithstanding :-P). I trust that today will continue to be s good day. No matter what happens I know that at the end of the day Amy and I will be wed. And God will be on His throne, where He always has been, is, and will be: the great I Am! I cannot ask for a better day. :-D
-- Posted from my iPhone
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