Prayer. Simple, and succinct. One word, and I’ve got about 495 to go, therefore, I’ll ramble on into general incoherence, which can only lead to one thing: Specific incoherence.
I once heard a talk where the speaker said, “Every once in awhile, God will do something to show that he’s God of your life, and not you.” Dr Larry Poulan is the name I remember, but I’m probably spelling it wrong. He spoke at the first Campus Crusade for Christ Christmas Conference (try saying that three times fast) I ever attended. The year was 1980, so, someone that knows how to search for things online can go look it up. Or, I could, but I may not have the time 🙂
Why won’t I have the time? Well, we’re on final countdown to turn in for our 168 Project film, Black Friday. I have other stuff to do, however, I figured I’d come here and blog a prayer request that no one will read, simply because I may have time to do that. Oh, about 29 and a half hours before the clock hits zero as I type this sentence, in case you were wondering.
Today was suppose to be my free day, as the plan was to turn the film in yesterday. The phrase, “Man plans, God laughs” comes to mind, as all did not go according to plan. At least mine. This may be some sort of great plan for me that to my knowledge, God hasn’t let me in on yet. But that’s probably an entirely different guest blog post that I have as yet been not asked to write.
To continue, or maybe your question is, what went wrong? Well, it would seem that my sound quality of the film that was beautifully shot by my DP is not up to snuff, to the point where my post production sound mixer doesn’t want to put his name on it. this is the aforementioned thing that God did to show me. Or not. I don’t truly know. What I do know is this: all of our hard work will have been wasted, if we can’t fix the quality of the audio. What I do know is, I need prayer for what some would consider to be a miracle, however, I feel confident in my team’s ability to pull it off.
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