dsc04283_191Today I stood in the “single-rider line,” to go on one of my fav rolly-coasters, the Incredible Hulk. I didn’t have my iPhone and I was by myself, so I people-watched. That’s when I made an  observation: the group in front of me and the group behind me were all talking to each other. “But how do they know each other?” I thought to myself. I mean, “how are they in the single-rider line, but conversing like groups of friends?”  I wondered how Islands of Adventure handled this? I wondered if it weighed on their conscious that this line wasn’t for them? I wondered if those standing in the very long line (in their groups) were ticked that this line was being taken advantage of? All sorts of things running through my manic mind as I waited. And then I thought, “there’s a blog post in this.” Look, no judgement, here. Maybe they had a good reason why they were in that line. But it did whisper to my spirit a reminder that I read in Luke 16, “Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much.”  Even when no one knows, even when no one cares, even when there’s no immediate consequence, things like “little white lies” and “cutting corners” are not me…being at my best. I want God to trust me with ALL He has for me. If I can’t be trusted with little things, I’ll miss out on the big things. Just a lil thought from the single-rider line. 🙂

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