What do you consider an interruption?
Your answer will reveal your values.
If you gravitate towards tasks, then phone calls and unexpected visits can feel like interruptions. If you gravitate towards people, emails and tasks can feel like interruptions.
We don’t like interruptions. They seem like distractions from our mission. But interruptions serve an important role.
Interruptions balance us.
Interruptions snap the intellect out of his isolation. Interruptions ground the social butterfly.
Interruptions are gifts.
God uses interruptions to stir our hearts and arrest our attention. God uses interruptions to counter our overtendencies.
The air of music breaking through, the sudden phone call, the shuffle of paperwork, the baby crying…these all bring us back from our cliffs.
How is God interrupting you today, for your good and His glory?