Dec.14: To keep balance we must keep moving during the calm and during the storm. (unknown)

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Where`s the hope?  I live in an area that is coined -the snowbelt- for good reason. I took my driver training course in the winter months, and learned how to drive defensively in winter conditions like how to steer in a skid. Years later as a visiting nurse those skills were appreciated. If  I were to stop  in a whiteout, where I was totally blinded by the snow, it would mean sitting there till the storm was over. I had to keep moving.

Life is like that. During sad times it`s difficult to move forward, l look  for my community  of family and friends and  Him to move me forward.

God`s love can keep us balanced as we move forward to our destination.

`Trust in the lord with  all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding.                   In all your ways acknowledge Him. And he will make your paths straight.“                                                                                                                                                                  Proverbs 3:5,6

 

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About bshiveofhope

I have worn different hats and travelled down many bunny trails in life- custodian, writer, florist, grandma, community nurse, mom, wife, Jesus Girl. With these vocations have come many stories and life experiences that I want to share with you. They're not all warm and fuzzy, and are sprinkled with humility, and sadness. That's life. We were made for community so let's build each other up with hope and encouragment.
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