Today is May 19th. It’s the day the whole world will be watching. It’s the day of the royal wedding. Between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. At St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in Windsor, UK.
And it’s also my daughter’s due date. Hmmmm.
It’s the day our own little prince is due.
Let’s play a little game in honor of the festivities. First, choose Lord or Lady, depending upon your sex. Then choose a grandparent’s first name, a pet’s name for surname, of, then your street address. For example, my grandson could be Lord William Nellie of Forty-fifth Place.
Try it. What’s your royal name?
Did you know each of you are considered royal? You don’t have to live in the U.K. In a castle. Be named a prince or princess to be royal. We each are considered a royal priesthood by our God.
So get out your crowns or tiaras, put them on, and look in the mirror, and repeat after me, “I am a royal priesthood.” Now feel royal. And act royal. God has made you such. Why not pour a cup of tea, and enjoy the wedding!
But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for God’s own possession.1Peter 2:9
Love and laughter,