ood Sunday morning! 
“I feel the need for speed!” Tom Cruise in Top Gun. I just listened to a song from 1960 by Johnny Bond “Hot Rod Lincoln”. Fixing up cars to go faster, restoring hot rods, drag strips, and so on gives a thrill to me as nothing else.
Perhaps the Romans put special grease on their chariot axles paired with the fastest horses at the time for a great race. The need for speed seems to be in our DNA. I know our cowboy action pards appreciate slicked up firearms, good holsters and the ability to shoot fast as well.
I suppose it’s only natural we search the scriptures for divine acceleration, grace for speed, keys for divine speed, etc. I find that God can and does do things “in the blink of an eye” and uses terms as “immediately” and “suddenly”. He also uses patience, waiting on the Lord, in His time, etc to show that He has His own timetable and not to be rushed.
We all know what happens when we jump the Christmas tree on a drag strip when the lights flash green. If you jump it you get a red light, disqualification. There’s a time when waiting for just the right time pays off.
I heard screeching tires from a burnout yesterday and a hot rod with a blower whizzed past. Grace go with him so he doesn’t end up getting disqualified somehow.
Follow the rules in God’s rulebook. You can enjoy instant gratification for that need for speed.
Hang on and enjoy the ride! There’s nothing like it.
May be an image of outdoors
My view from the saddle

         (Scott Primmer is an avid cowboy-shooting enthusiast and uses that platform to spread the good news with anyone who             will listen.   He is also part of New Creation)