I’ve been like a hamster let out of its cage with bits of hamster food here, there and cast afar with me scurrying fast and furious.
Running to appointments for me and my sister, shopping for better footwear to satisfy the doctor so I’ll have the correct support, and writing articles with a January 10 deadline.
(Pro 11:29): (ESV): Whoever troubles his own household will inherit the wind, and the fool will be servant to the wise of heart.
Unfortunately, I didn’t read my Bible early in the day and all my best laid plans got set aside so I could do the urgent instead of including the necessary habits that help my house stay in shape.
Thankfully, my husband and my sister helped so the place didn’t fall apart, but I felt like I took some major steps backwards.
Now, I’ll wait months to find out if the articles get accepted or not.
We’ve also been getting ready to start the new ministry at our church. We may get a man from a Bible College near a city north of us to give a teaching one night on overcoming hurts, habits and hang ups.
Is your new year a hasty pursuit of new responsibilities and endeavors? Or has it remained the same as last year and you’re content with it? Or none of the above?
I started reading through the Bible in a year again, but I never seem to stay perfectly on course. It’s amazing when I read things I’ve read before – maybe many times and get to see something I’ve never seen before.
My sister started as well, and she never realized Abraham got married to Keturah after Sarah died.
I hope you are staying safe and well if you’re in a place expecting severe storms as we are in New York State.
May God bless you!