And amen again! Thank you for stopping by my friend and have a blessed and prosperous new month.
Some of you are in this place right now—you were compelled to carry out an unexpected action that shifted you into a direction of the unknown, and now you are wondering about it—even weighing the cost of that action.
COVID 19 is also giving us time to live into this deeper focus. The more we know about the virus, the longer we seem likely to need to live under constraints. We’re being provided additional time to grow into the new habits that will generate better fruit.
Perhaps the empty grocery shelves reveal more than just airing on the side of caution. But how empty our lives are of faith in God as opposed to having so much faith in our computers and ourselves.