go-live

 David
I came out to Santa Barbara, California this past Tuesday and will be going home this Thursday.
This is the first time I'm staying here over the weekend because we are going live with my project.

I don't know why but in the past 12 years, we go through the same thing on every go-live.
I was working at the office from 9am to 5am on Thursday and 1am on Friday.
Even yesterday on Saturday, I was at the office from 9am to midnight...
and we are not live yet... so this will continue for next couple of days until we go live.

On Friday night, I ran into a big problem and almost had a heart attack. It was so bad that I had hard time breathing and my mind went blank due to nervousness and anxiety.
I was hopeless and felt like crying. I really thought I was going to have a break-down.

I then stopped everything, stepped back from my laptop and closed my eyes.
I prayed and sought after His comfort and help. I wasn't asking Him to help me but I was reassuring myself that I believe that He is in total control and I trust that he will provide comfort when I believe and rely on him.

Within an hour, my problem was gone and I was the happiest person on this earth.
Isn't He amazing?

I just want to share my pastor's definition of trust.

TRUST = Total Reliance Upon SovereignTy

in His grace...
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