Day 14: Waste Not!
So, we graduate from isolation to social distancing. Maybe things are getting back to a semi normal state? In our excitement to return to what was, I hope and pray that we don’t forget the things we had the opportunity to learn and appreciate during isolation. In God’s goodness and grace, He has provided us this chance to look deep inside ourselves and ask important questions: what is really essential? Do you want to be isolated with someone like yourself? What did you turn to & turn into when you got anxious, stressed out, discontent, angry, sad, etc? How did you cope? Did you learn new things about yourself and your spouse/kids? Did your relationship with God deepen? Did you exercise more? Pick up a hobby? Find time to rest? Are you more grateful? Will you live differently now than before Covid? How have you changed? How is your perspective?
Speaking of PERSPECTIVES, I would like to invite you to check out a set of web interviews (called PERSPECTIVES) that my husband, Craig Pulsifer, did of Christian leaders around the world talking about their thoughts on what God has revealed to them at this time, how they are applying that revelation to their ministry and what words of encouragement they might have for other Christian leaders.
See my link in bio.
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