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Monday, February 18, 2008

Full Plates

Ever have one of those days when the weather outside adversely affected not only your mood but your output? It has been thus in Wisconsin for the past week and a half. Everything is just so grim when you wake up, and by the time you finish digging your wife's car out of the snow so she can get to school on time you're so tired, that all you can really do is curl up and read a good book, watch the fire dancing in the fireplace and look forward to the day when the snow will be gone, the sun will shine, the birds will chirp and you can finally see some green, even if it is someone's Green Bay Packer jacket. But I digress.
No, the reason I haven't posted anything for the past week or so was not the weather, at least not solely. Since I got back from my trip abroad I have been offered no less than three radio programs, two half hour programs, one a full hour program, I've been conducting radio interviews with the abandon of a man who only has twenty four hours to live, and have finally finished some long overdue projects.
Today we were supposed to start filming our television programs, but the blizzard compelled us to put it off a couple days. Thusly, I had a few minutes to spare, and decided to just give you an update, as to what has been going on.
We have always known that the workload would grow during these days, we have prepared for it the best way we knew how, but often as one sits and looks at the bigger picture, it is overwhelming to say the least.
I promise I will make time this week and post something worth reading, for now I leave you with the grace and pace of our Lord Jesus.

With love in Christ,

Michael Boldea Jr.

9 comments:

A Seed Sower said...

Well Praise God...he lives..lol, please let us know how we can listen to these radio programs and how we can watch these tv programs..oh and welcome back to the land of the living young man.God Bless
Helen B.

Anonymous said...

Brother Michael, you are doing just fine. I am reminded of the admonition Work while it is yet day, for the night cometh when no man can work.

Days of darkness may soon be upon our land and your willingness to work while a little light is still shining inspires others to do the same. May He continue to bless your efforts on behalf of His Kingdom.

mtzion@hughes.net jrpeacher

Anonymous said...

Dear Michael,

Do you think that you could post on your blog when you're going to be on different radio programs? I just listened to you on Rick Wile's True News and it was such a blessing.

Anonymous said...

For the radio programs that you did; is there a website we can visit to download the broadcasts?
Thanks,
Jeff

Anonymous said...

Thank-you brother for the update. Yes, so much the Lord wants done and we are His hands and feet. He will take care of you and your family. Somebody once told me a long time ago the safest place to be in the center of God's will. Pease to you brother and am praying for you and your family.
God Bless you as you go doing His bidding.

a sister in the Lord,
debbi

deannaslater said...

Dear Micheal, if this blog was for season then so be it, many things are only for a season, we do have the blessing of future radio and tv programs to tap into, and I hope you would tell us channels, stations and times so we can continue being blessed by your God given wisdom, and insight into these last days that we live.I will continue to pray without ceasing for you and Monica, and all that are part of hand of help, especially the children in Romania, thank you for your postings thus far, my life has been enriched much. Blessings.

Bonny said...

Thank you for taking the time to even post a short note. May the Lord bless you for your faithfulness, Michael.

Anonymous said...

Michael,
We here in the heart of IA sympathize with you full well. We can only hope and pray that spring is nigh. I hope you have some sunshine this weekend! We are expecting another storm Monday-Tuesday. I also heard you on Rick's program and was so blessed as always! The Lord Bless you!

Anonymous said...

High I just read "through the fire without burning". It was extremely insightful and areminder of how the lord works when we surrendar to Him. Since i was a kid have been inspired by stories of missionaries who give their all to spread the gospeel. I am still humbled by how God transforms us in our weakness if we are willing to let him. Christ is the same yesterday to today and forever. The book by Dimitru was challenging, which is good even though I am active in supporting missions and the people around the world who make sacrifices for thier faith in Christ, we are so sheltered in America. i find that I often become dessesitized and not as dependant on Gods powerto work in my life. Pray for me becuse I want to serve him and am going through somewhat of a hard time. I have heard the Lords calling to be a missionary somewhere . I need Him to work on me becuase I am of course not ready. still in highschool thank you. I Peter 2:9-12 HAS encouraged me today.

Loren Madsen Washington