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Praying Through It All

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I don’t know about you, but over the past few weeks, I’ve experienced a wide range of emotions. Praying through it all is what gets me through it all.

Even though I am a follower of Jesus, I still grew fearful. I was anxious. There were moments of panic.

The Lord's Prayer
Matthew 6:9-13

And I prayed through all of it.

I may sound simplistic. Praying.
It isn’t.

If you aren’t a praying person, it may sound silly.

Believe me, it’s not.

It brought me closer to Jesus.
I had this glorious weekend of calm and peace.
It gave me what I’m referring to as a mountain top experience.

The calm, the mountain top experience bring you, is a time when you can rest and take a break.

And prepare yourself. Because you’ll have to go back down the mountain.

My trip to the grocery store was my “valley” experience.

Grocery Shopping has become a pain in the arse. Do you agree?

I mustered up the courage to go with my mask and gloves in hand. And set out.

I wasn’t fearful like in weeks past. But when it was said and done? I wept.

So what’s a girl to do?

You can’t stay on the mountain forever, right?
And you know what?

You don’t have to stay in that dark valley either.

I like what our dentist had to say in a video he sent out; surround yourself with things that make you smile or learn a new hobby.

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And from me?

Take time to smell the roses, watch the new birth of spring, hug your dog. And find some uplifting resources to help you through.

And pray.

It might sound simplistic.

What it is, is all-powerful.

Until next time. Stay safe.

Adele

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Published by Adele

Writer, Pianist, Quilter Weaving Fabric With Faith.

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