“When you go through deep waters and great trouble, I will be with you.
When you go through rivers of difficulty, you will not drown!
When you walk through the fire of oppression, you will not be burned up—the flames will not consume you.”
~Isaiah 43:2 (TLB)~
Read the Bible in 2020 – April 4
- Deuteronomy 26:1-27:26
- Luke 10:38-11:13
- Psalm 76:1-12
- Proverbs 12:15-17
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Today, I want to look on the positive side of the Coronavirus.
- Lucus, Debra Sitman’s grandson, got “negative” on his test. Additional testing is continuing.
- Ryan “Rufus” Williams is leaving North Oaks and going to rehab today
- David and I are both able to hold our breath for ten seconds this morning.
- We had three good meals here at home yesterday.
- His medicine that needs to be approved every three months was approved and picked up.
- We are removing plants from the greenhouse.
- Garden bulb plants I have planted the last few years have made for a colorful yard.
- David is much better! Every day is a gift!
- Our oldest grandson was flown to his next base to begin training.
- We talked with him for 25 minutes after his graduation Thursday.
- Our other grandchildren are able to complete schoolwork from home.
- Boyd, Jennie, and Becki can continue their work from home.
- A lady who works with Jason and who had the virus is better.
- Jason is very careful at his office and when he gets home.
- The weather has been beautiful!
- We can still get news about the virus any time of the day.
- Our vehicles have gas and are ready to roll.
- Our phone enables us to connect with friends and family.
- I have supplies to do OCC work for “shoeboxes” when I choose.
- Samaritan’s Purse and other organizations are out on the battlefront.
- Nurse and doctors voluntarily face the disease every shift.
- Help is available if we need it.
- The pantry and freezers are full.
- Traffic is almost nonexistent.
- Church services are available from numerous churches online.
- We are thankful to be Americans.
- God is still on His throne and looking out for all of us.
What are you most thankful for today?