“We use to make cars, but now we are making ventilators!” When these ads started running, I wasn’t sure what I thought about them.
“God doesn’t call those who are equipped, God equips those who are called.” I guess it was only just now that I realized he was referencing 1 Corinthians 27-29.
The reality is that a lot of us are “seeking adaptive joy” right now.
It is one of those things that I know is SUPPOSED to help my plants look better, but cutting them back always has seemed so sad to me.
Sharing what I’m listening to these days may help someone else find a way to recognize some Big Feelings…
What is the “divine possibility” that is to be found in the “ordinary” of my life these days?
Now that we’ve been in quarantine for …a while, I’ve run out of options to try on the “Things To Do In Quarantine” list so I am having to spread my wings a little wider.
Where in one day you will cry and laugh, mourn and dance, seek and lose, stay silent and speak. This is a time for everything, and we need to embrace it.
Sometimes, we let our fear of coronavirus be bigger that our faith in God. His Word can displace anxiety and fear with hope and healing.
This week as I began my list of events, thoughts, words, and topics I noticed that many of the lines of my list began with different letters. So this week here is my ABC blog…
So…here is the question of the day: Did I write it? Or did I find it? Technically, it pre-existed me and just waited for me to find it…right? So then God wrote it? Or was it my own reason and intellect that drove me to use tools at my disposal to uncover an uncanny coincidence?
“In times of stress, the best thing we can do for each other is to listen with our ears and our hearts and to be assured that our questions are just as important as our answers.” – Mr. Fred Rogers