Sunday, November 29, 2020

Sunday Scripture Blessings Link Up 11 29 2020


Happy Sunday. I apologize for no Sunday Scripture link up last Sunday. I knew I'd be away for one week, but forgot it would be Sunday through Sunday. I enjoyed my time because it was nice to be out of my house and spent staying with my grandson while his parents enjoyed a much needed get away. My daughter is a Nurse, and it has become more stressful at her work with the increase in the cases of Covid-19 in our county/state.

My prayer is that God will erase this dreaded virus soon so no more have to suffer. I hope all are well this Sunday and in the future days/weeks to come. 

It certainly does seem as though we are in the midst of wolves in so many ways in this year of 2020 with all that has been happening. Protests, vicious needless murders, the Covid, lockdowns in so many states, and then the uproar of the recent election. Prayers for discernment is much needed in these times. I for one am not looking forward to 2021, but will pray on bended knee for it to be a much better year for all people in this whole world of ours.  2019 was a sad year with deaths in the family, then 2020 arrived, and it hasn't been much better with lock downs and curfews as well as all the sadness in the news. We can rejoice though because we know who is in charge and He knows how His plan will work out. Patience is a virtue in these times. 

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  1. I am right next to you in prayer for this world.

  2. I wondered about you last week, hoping that you were doing something wonderful. So glad you had family time!

  3. I wondered where you were last week. I am glad you enjoyed time with your family!

  4. How wonderful that you got to spend time with your precious grandson and gave your daughter and son-in-law some time away. Win-win! I pray for 2021 to be a better year too.

  5. I missed you last week but am so glad that you got to be with your grandson! We are certainly living in uncertain times, yet we know that God has us in His hands even as our world is being shaken. I don't know how those who don't know Him cope with it all.

  6. I'm so thankful you had that time with your family! I'm sure your daughter sorely needed a getaway. I agree with you about praying for our country and the need to be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.


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