Good evening sisters!
What a beautiful day it was, in the 70's, sunny and breezy. I was able to wash a lot of clothes and hang them to dry, helped brother James unload some wheelbarrows of wood that he cut, split and hauled back to the house, stored away some pasta that we found on a great deal, washed some buckets we got at the thrift store, organized a cupboard and a bunch of other odds and ends through the day that filled it up with good hard work. I love to work, even when I don't feel good because at the end of the day it's a great satisfaction to see your labors and in them, all done unto the Lord.
This morning brother James asked me if I wanted a picture and I said sure. He asked what I wanted and since I had no clue, I said he could probably figure out something and he did, see the picture. It says so much that words can't really say and it exhibits how I try to be, in a world that's getting darker and darker. I love it!
When we are in Christ, He is our all and we have nothing to fear, in fact we're told not to fear anyone except....
And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.
I just read Matthew 24, for the audio bible for women and in it, we see many of the issues listed in the picture but let's remember this...
And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.
We're told not to be troubled about what is to come and why? Because if we love not our life unto death, we have a great reward waiting for us in the end, where our Savior went to make a place for us, with the Father.
No matter what comes upon on us, He is watching and knows all things and don't forget He has given us peace, not like the world, and the joy of the Lord is our strength.
Just a simple encouraging post for you tonight. I hope you rest well, hold fast and endure through all that comes...and I'm here to encourage you along.
Love to you in Christ Jesus,