Time for a Miracle
At least 30 more days of stay at home regulations to slow down the spread.
A projection of 100,000-240,000 fatalities.
A frightening forecast. Time for a miracle. But also time to remember that miracles happen every day, in the most unexpected places, the most unexpected times, even in the most simple actions; even in the moments others take for granted. Miracles are closer to us than we might think. Thank God.
Miracles The same God who brought sight to the blind Breathed new life into the dead Planted babies into barren wombs Cast demons into pigs Commended the lame to walk Fed thousands with little Halted the flow of disease Walked on water Is the same God who Wake us up each morning New mercies we see Breathes new life into the dead marriage Broken spirit, wounded soul Plants seeds of opportunities of hope, of help, of grace into Seemingly infertile situations Banishes the temptations, the enemies, the bad company By giving us the will and power to say "Go!" Commands us to wake up, get up and choose a new path Feeds many through willing souls, Unexpected generosity, Kind gestures, acts, Who brings good news in the hospital, new medicines, new cures, new understandings. Miracles surround us every day Tears that wash away pain Tears that punctuate joy A laugh that erupts from our bellies Touches and hugs that bring comfort and solace Love that appears in the most unexpected places Bringing buoyant life, like oxygen to our lungs. from Becoming Who I Am
Day 35 #pilgrimagetojoy
You and Rob are much strength to me!
Michael in LaGrange