My computer power was almost out, I had to hurry. There was only one hour to try to charge it as much as I could or I would be stuck without it until tomorrow.
“Stage 1 load shedding will be implemented from 1700 – 2200.”
Right. Find the power cord. Find the adapter. At 3% power – how much will I get in one hour? We’ll see.
Billy is seven. And I’m here to enjoy that.
That is a lot to be thankful for.
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God is all-knowing, all-powerful, and all good. He made the universe, from the biggest galaxies down to the tiniest subatomic particles. He knows everything, and as scary as that can feel when we think about the mistakes we’ve made and the ways we’ve wronged Him and others, that means that we never have to fear He’ll find out what we’re really like. He already knows, and yet He loves us anyway. Inexplicably, we’re welcomed as children and not condemned as criminals. He told us again and again through the Bible that He’ll provide what we need when we need it.
So why do we so often struggle to trust that He will?
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