I don’t know about you, but this time of being isolated has left me a lot more time to think about relationships, both with people and with God.
Dr. Denison had an article today and ends it with a spiritual inventory checklist.
I found the spiritual inventory useful since it helped me to ponder how I have used my time with the Lord each day.
Dr. Denison had an excellent article yesterday about coal and why we need each other and the bell of Notre Dame ringing. It’s all about hope. I still have it because I know a God of the hopeless, of those who are challenged to be overcomers.
I hope that this missive finds each of you well and safe. It is getting harder to stay inside because the weather is beautiful and the flowers are blooming. I can’t go outside because of allergies and the problems with breathing that it might cause. Nevertheless, my husband filled the bird feeder today and I am waiting expectantly for the birds to return. There’s always something to look forward to if you only look around you. There is always something to be grateful for. I’m thankful for my family being healthy and for the companionship of my husband. I frequently think of those who are isolated and all alone. I hope that you will remember to pray for them, too.
I pray God’s blessings on each of you as you stay home and stay safe. I pray that He will give you a new desire to do a spiritual inventory and to be thankful that you are a piece of coal, still burning brightly for the Lord. You and God make a majority against anything! God bless and keep you, my friends!