Air Conditioning. It’s something we all take for granted. Because we have it. Until we don’t. I’ve been without it. Until yesterday. We’ve had lots of fans. Ceiling fans. Box fans. Tower fans. Oscillating fans. Cowboy fans. Just kidding about the Cowboy fans although I am a Poke fan through and through. ♡
I just had a new air conditioning unit installed in my home yesterday. The thermostat actually reads 68 degrees for the first time since I can remember! It’s awesome! I’m under a blanket as I write this it’s so chilly in here! I love it! Until I get my electric bill that is. 🙂 But for now this girl is enjoying being COOL! 🙂
Being cool is one thing. We all can pull off being neato, awesome, or swell at some point in our lives. Temporarily. But holding that title is another thing.
Keeping cool. It’s hard to do during an Oklahoma summer. Did you know God’s word tells us to keep cool? I don’t think He was talking about our social status or air conditioning back in the day. He meant to always keep a cool head. Meaning our temper.Our demeanor.
We all need to keep our cool. Nothing good is ever accomplished with a hot head. In the heat of the moment. Some of us can keep our cool. Some of us need to work at it. For those of us that need to work at it, count to ten. Ask God to help. Trust me I’ve been living in not so cool conditions for too long. None of us want to spend eternity in a lake of fire and sulfur where they will be tormented day and night forever and ever. Let’s not give the devil a chance to rear his ugly head. Let’s all let the spirit of God that lives within us shine forth to others at all times. With love. With a cool head.
And let’s all thank God for the creation of air conditioning! For it too was very good! 🙂
8 Keep a cool head. Stay alert. The Devil is poised to pounce, and would like nothing better than to catch you napping. 9 Keep your guard up. You’re not the only ones plunged into these hard times. It’s the same with Christians all over the world. So keep a firm grip on the faith. 1 Peter 5:8-9
Love and laughter,