Jun 24, 2017
Interruptions can be annoying. They can get in the way of us completing tasks and doing the things we want to do. Sometimes they can also be welcomed. If there is something we have to do that we really don't want to we will gladly accept interruptions and look for just about any distraction we can find.
Other times we allow interruptions when we really shouldn't. We allow them in our church services and we allow them to get in the way of our relationship with God. Sometimes, without realizing it, we actually sin against God by allowing some of these interruptions through.
But, what if I was to tell you there is a particular interruption we should always be willing to allow? I'm talking about Holy Interruptions, or Godly Interruptions. See, Jesus will sometimes see fit to interrupt what we're doing, whether in church or simply going about our day to day lives, and cause us to do something else completely different.
We must learn to love and embrace these Holy Interruptions. I pray that as we look at Peter and three different times he was interrupted by God that we will learn to love and embrace them.