Hey friends, how are you today? How was your week? This week was a good week, we celebrated my husband’s birthday on Wednesday, the warmest day of the week, a glorious 91°, which was great because my birthday, less than a month ago was 46°, with snow the day before.  But then it could be worse, right? I heard it snowed just a few days ago in Colorado.  How are you doing today, really? 

There has been so much going on in our world.  2020 has brought so many changes, most unexpected and even some, unwanted.  While some of us try to come to grips with the Pandemic and its repercussions and racism and protests, there are so many others, Christians and non-Christians, who suffer also. They suffer from the unfortunate death of a loved one, they suffer from that 4th miscarriage for that child they always wanted, they suffer from that car accident that may cause paralysis, they suffer from that disease that leaves them, constantly in pain, they suffer from financial constraints. 

Throughout this COVID’19 and social unrest, people continue to suffer from the unforeseen incidents.  Some need to know that they need a Savior; others need to remember; they have a Savior.  Let’s keep each other in prayer, let’s not become so fixated on one thing, that we neglect others in its pursuit.  We are in the process of becoming; becoming a whole, well balanced, self controlled people.  Let’s see people, let us choose to love in spite of; because of His love.  Let us keep our eyes fx on our Savior.  

How are you doing? 

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40 responses to “CHOOSE TO LOVE”

  1. I LOVE that picture of the sun reflected on the water! It reminds me of God and His Kingdom reflected (but not yet perfectly replicated) on Earth. Thank you for the reminder to keep on praying!

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  2. Amen! Thank you for this perspective! I’ve been learning about the social injustices that was going around in Jesus’ time and Paul’s. It was bad. But what mattered most was always pointing to the Gospel because our Savior is what mends, transforms, and heals. We truly need Him in all things, especially when we are surrounded by wickedness. ❤

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  3. Oh, I love your photos! Thank you for sharing them. You look so cute in your shortie bibs. 😉
    Where we put our focus is where we will go. I join you in prayer for our brothers and sisters in Christ, and for those whom God will call to Himself.

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  4. Yes, there’s a lot going on. I had to take a step back from all media outlets and get into God’s Presence and receive His Peace. I’m praying along side you. It’s been very tough these last few weeks but God continue to shows his faithfulness over and over. P.S. I love the nature pictures.

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  5. Amen, well said! We did get a little snow a few days ago. It was raining in the morning & a little snow mixed with it for a short time. Never know what might happen living next to the Rockies.😊 God bless!

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