I hear more and more these days from people and news sources that God is not real. I always hear or read about how creation just sort of happened, and that is that. We travel quite a bit in this band, and one of the most rewarding blessings we encounter is getting to see God's creation at it's finest through the mountains, the rivers, the sunrise and sunset, and something we get to enjoy bu maybe once or twice a year: the ocean. We're here in gorgeous Virginia Beach, one of the nation's most frequented vacation spots at any time of year, and after our show with Philmont last night, TgT made it's way to the Atlantic coast, and there's nothing more amazing, and not a more obvious statement of God's hand at work, than the ocean crashing it's waves on the coast under a massive blanket of night sky and stars. As the guys ran down the coast, challenging the waves to come after them (a funny site to see Chris shouting at the ocean lol), I took a moment to pray silently, for my wife and baby daughter back home, for everyone we've met on this and every tour, and for the exeperiences that lie ahead for all of us. I also prayed that people would truly recognize that God is the creator of all things. I took a long look at the stars. I love stars. I was immideietly taken to the song by Switchfoot entitled Stars. It was just an awesome moment, and my heart was full.
He truly is the God of wonders beyond our galaxy. The Lord of all creation! On this Sunday morning, and all days/nights, may He be praised as we think about and marvel at this perfect picture He's created. Be blessed today guys, and come see us on the road! We're headed for Greensboro, NC tonight, a city rich in pro-wrestling history, and that is something that I (and only me lol) am very excited about! See you at the shows, everyone!
Miah & TgT