I just talked to Abigail. She was at dinner. We sat at separate tables, but when she went to throw her tray away, she walked past me and shouted my name and asked me how I was.
“Uh, I’m great, how are you?” I replied.
She walked on and put her tray up. On the way back she ran her fingers through my hair and kept on walking.
“Wait, come back.” I said.
She picked up her coat and then came to sit next to me.
“How was your weekend?” I asked.
She smiled. “I guess you want to know what happened to me yesterday.”
“I was hoping you would tell me and I wouldn’t have to ask.”
It turns out that her crying in my room during our foot washing service was a very good thing. She had prayed earlier in the day and Jesus said, “You must be in love with me before you are in love with anyone else.”
I said almost those exact same words during Bible Study.
She said that she just needed to cry K.C. out, but she couldn’t. She had been thinking about that Jars of Clay song and when I began to play it, she bawled like a baby. What I thought was hurting her, was actually healing her. She said she had been excellent every since she left my room.
God used me to help my beautiful sister!
I am in love with you Jesus!
I am in love with you.