Glenn reflected on the week before going to be last night, sharing his thoughts on Facebook"
Just a note before I go to bed. A couple of thoughts.
I am reading the go giver. It is great! A must read for anyone that wants to change the world.
Also, I have read some pretty nasty things about how I am faking my illness. Yep. That's me. I am making it all up. So incredible. Anyway, I just want you to know that soon, I will not be holding my sweet wife back from answering these posts herself. You don't want a piece of her, because she is about to give it to you. . Of course, I might just be making her up as well. Maybe I am not even married, I am just saying I am to sell gold rings.
I love it when The Lord gives me the wisdom and peace to just laugh at how people treat us. Even better is when he also couples it with real empathy.
I first laugh and then wonder how dark and lonely their life must be that they really believe that people are that evil that they would actually live this big of a lie over multiple years. Then it hits you. How lonely they must be that they want and need to pick fights just to have someone notice them.
It is sad. We need to love one another and actually begin to see people. That is one of the biggest problems. We don't see people for who they really are not do we see their pain.
Pray for discernment. It is one of his greatest gifts.
Btw, please see the prayer at the end of the show tonight. I asked for a volunteer from the audience. One hand shot up. As he was praying, it was a bit different and he didn't know exactly how to end it. It was then that I remembered that he was in the studio in September and he told me that something we had done made him begin to search for God. He had been an atheist. No longer. What a blessing to see him on the beginning of his journey. What courage to pray in a crowd so early on. Someone else then said that their journey had just begun too. AMEN. Lord, please see those who are indeed turning their faces and hearts to you!
I love you. One of the greatest gifts ever given to me as a dad came from you this week.
My daughters have been reading the comments and said to me today: dad, I don't ever remember reading your comments anywhere and seeing so many positive and kind things said about you and what you are talking about.
Thank you for the gift of my kids seeing others believe in me too. A great and simple kindness to us that really matters to us in a way that maybe you can't understand.
From Dallas. Goodnight America.