4/30/20 We can press on day by day toward the breath of another day. Let go of the things we cannot control and loosen the grip on the burdens of daily life. We can reach the peak by releasing the heavy burdens we’ve been carrying around in the valley.
4/29/20 Can we appreciate the message of a messy season? May we be grateful today for the things we took for granted yesterday. God can often reset the root of a blessing so we never forget to give thanks for the growth.
4/28/20 Will we still partner with God if it isn't what we prefer? Something has to perish inside for us to live without. The lessons come as reflections of past pleasures and pitfalls.
4/27/20 The end is just the beginning of a new life in faith. The God of mercy embraces every paradox in life. True humility is acceptance of all our flaws while living in the shadow of God's boundless grace.
4/26/20 Faith looks forward. God expands our gifts and talents when we find our purpose in alignment with His plan. Don’t let faith falter during trials because God protects and provides for the prayerful.
4/25/20 When we refuse what will be because of what has already happened, we miss the message. God has something better on the horizon. Release the calendar and instead remain in the present.
4/24/20 Our dreams look different from a distance. Never lose hope or get disillusioned or discouraged. Let go of the illusion of what we thought our vision "should be" but hold out for what it could be.
4/23/20 In reflection, are we now understanding prior priorities that were ill spent in the madness of busy schedules? Maybe the plan is to prioritize what is really important before we dig back into the new normal. Love awakens the sleepers in an unplanned intervention.
4/22/20 Too much mental input creates less social output. Maybe social media distancing is our inner quarantine lesson. Media addiction is bondage to a inanimate devise that we can't live with but find it unbearable to live without.
4/21/20 We are in a time of new public standards. Positive priorities including prayer can replace toxic tones of abnormal adversity. Our true nature of pure lovingkindness, peace, and forgiveness, which are woven into the fabric of our existence, should never be compromised.