Well, millions of us just watched Beyoncé rip up the half-time show during the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, including a brief reunion with Destiny's Child.
"I think I'll get up and dance," I told my husband during the opening strains of "Crazy in Love," though I remained seated and sang along to the songs I knew.
Directly afterward, I thought of how ironic it was that this was the self-same Superdome that saw plenty of grief and danger and despair during Hurricane Katrina. And then the crowd chanting began.
It looks awfully dark, I thought to myself, looking at a severely darkened crowd that ranged throughout half of the Superdome during a power outage attributed to a power surge from an outside feed coming into the stadium.
Jim Nantz stated that all power was lost in the press box.
Fans of the 49ers are thanking God for the break in a game that was getting away from them.
Of course, Christians like me couldn't help but wonder if the power outage is in any way related to spiritual concerns. Perhaps disapproval? This has never happened before, so there is no precedent for the situation.
Let the Illuminati symbols spotting and suspicions begin.
Whatever the reason for the darkness, the Lord alone knows its real meaning.
It's a good thing my Bible study this morning on a frigid Ohio morning led me to a verse that sprang back to mind now:
"Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven."