For adults there is something comforting about our routines, our Predictable plans, our schedules. Interruptions and distractions, we are told, are things to be avoided. But while there is comfort in our routines and plans, there is something equally disenchanting about them. Growing up too often means giving up the mystery and wonder of our lives. We have to remember that according to Psalm 100:3 ‘ Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves, we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. Psalm 24: 1 ‘ The earth is the Lords, and the fullness thereof: the world and they that dwell therein. The point is we do not own anything not even ourselves, God has the wright to step in at any time in our life, after all he created us, then He paid with His blood to reclaim and redeem us. God will interrupt your life to help someone else, because God use people for His hands and feet. When Jesus walked on earth He did all the healing and Miracles, but now that He is in Heaven He expects us to continue on were He left off. In the book of John 14:12’ Verily, verily, I say unto you, he that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also and greater works than these shall he do; because I go to the Father. Jesus is our example, He was always about His Father business, The passage from Matthew has Jesus running in fast forward. Jesus has just entered his hometown, and the whole community is buzzing. Everyone has questions for Him, everyone has something they need from Him, Jesus is in a meeting, He is busy there is a sudden interruption, a leader of the synagogue pokes his head in and pulls Jesus out of the meeting. He says ,My daughter has just died, bu8t come lay your hands on her, and she will live. Jesus slips through the door while the debate inside continues at the meeting. And as he heads to the man`s house, another interruption occurs. A woman who has been hemorrhaging for twelve years reaches out and grabs his robe, believing that if only she could touch even the very fringe of his robe she would be healed of her illness. She does. Jesus pause to tell her, your faith has made you well. And it has ,she is healed. Divine Interruptions, Jesus continues on, reaches the man`s house, and quiets the flute players, telling them the girl is not dead. The crowds laugh. the girl is dead, they said dead as dead can be. It`s over, too late, let`s get on with the funeral plans. But Jesus goes in, takes her by the hand, and the little girl comes out the front door smiling. When Jesus turns around to leave, to get back to the meeting, another interruption, he finds two blind men, crying out for mercy, begging for sight. He touches their eyes, and they are healed. This was Jesus life mission to be interrupted by someone in need, do you have a need today? go ahead, Jesus will stop what He is doing to take care of you, because He knows that you have a need that only He can fix. So after Jesus fix your situation, you can expect that your life will be interrupted for the glory of God. Jesus reminds us that it is the interruptions of our lives that are our life`s work. We have to stop telling God, hold on a moment, just a minute, I`LL be right there, I will get to that someday. You may say I never told God all those things, but have you every been driving and you were late to work and you saw a car broken down on side of the road and the person was waving the white towel for you to stop. Divine Interruptions, Jesus made time for God, therefore God made time for Him. Take a hard look at your life. Look at all the work you do, look at all the demands people place on you, look at your plans, all your goals, all your routines. And ask yourself, how much margin have I left in my life? How much space have I left for God to write his notes on the pages of my life, to interrupt my life and pull me out of where I am to where He is going in the world.