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How is everyone doing this Monday? I hope you had a great, productive weekend, and remember we can do this. Stay positive, stay safe, be well, and keep your head up.
“In peace, I will lie down and sleep, for you alone, Lord, make me dwell in safety.” + Psalm 4:8
Hello everyone. I hope you all had a nice weekend and got out to partially enjoy the weather. I know one day is blending into another, and the weeks seem to drag on and on, but I know we will get to point where things get better.
Talking To You
Today is going to be short and sweet, as I give you a few life updates, and talk about my Bible study progress.
I mentioned on Friday that this week has been filled with highs and lows, as I am into Week #8 here at home. It’s weird to put that into words because some things are a blessing, but the distancing from friends and family is probably the hardest thing to cope with.
I do what I can to stay positive because I know that by me staying home now will allow things to re-open (safely) later. I’m not going to give my opinion on these states allowing establishments to open early. I’ll just say “May God be with those who must get out here and make a living for their families.”
Last week was especially hard as I learned of the passing of my Uncle. The baby brother on my Mom’s side in a family of 6 children. I don’t know all the details as he was battling cancer, but in the end, I’m glad that he’s no longer suffering as God decided to call him home.
I had a plan. That plan was to work on some verses at least 3-times per week but I got caught up in everything else happening and dealing with sadness and loss […]
However, I don’t consider that as an excuse. I talk to God every day for understanding, as I tried to be at peace with my Uncle passing. I just didn’t read my Bible and I carry some guilt about that […]
When I look towards the future of all things I don’t know what I see. I feel comfort in the safety of Christ to lift me up through these times. I’m blessed to have a job, and a caring family and friends.
Through this, I’m also apprehensive and fearful about riding public transportation and returning to work, when nothing is promised to me. It’s something that I think about every day, and something that I’m learning will be the new norm.
With that, I’ll end this here. Again … thanks for hanging with me today, and if you haven’t subscribed to Life by Wyetha, then get on it … and join the family. I would love to have you at my virtual table … and as always. — Know Thyself —
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