Thank you Sir,I needed today's message. Everybody take care, be safe.God bless.Griz
I'm glad it helped, Griz. May God continue to bless & keep you and yours.
You forgot a part..."Take this stress off of me, at lest until my son gets home"
Rob, that's the tricky part, for humans: to trust Him despite the worry and anxiety. It takes work & determination, and is a continuous "letting go" process.
With your lovely header picture I would have thought you would use one of my favorites from Psalms 121: I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills from whence cometh my help, My help cometh from the Lord.Can you tell I grew up on top of a ridge and spent lots of time camping in the Adirondacks? :)
That is a spectacular photo. Thanks for sharing.
Suz, that's a good reference. Thank you. :)TB, it's the Turnagain Arm of the Cook Inlet, south/southeast of the Anchorage area. I'm glad you like it.
I always thought The Book of Psalms had some of the most beautiful and comforting writing in the entire Bible.Thanks, Rev!
Jim, most folks would agree with you; that includes me. You're welcome.
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