Rough Season– don’t you think?

 I’m surprised we’re still here, aren’t you?

I have now listened to the Ps 121, Ps 37, Ps 18 and\or Rick Warren, Joyce Meyer, Beth Moore, RT Kendall, Steven Furtick and a bunch of other sermons and scripture.

Roughly 32 billion times.

i love 💕 it

Conclusion…we are going to make it guys. 

strengthandcourage.That is what I am talking about.

I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. That’s in 2 Corinthians.

#gonnamakeit

God is not going to overestimate my stress capacity.  He’s got the specs…….

For my soul.

The Bible says “He formed my inward parts in the secret places”  ps 139.  That has got to include capacity indications.

Like I know how many corn dogs my kids will eat when I’m cooking. Like I know how much ⛽ to put in my car when I’m filling it.

I have to start by giving it to Jesus

asking for His help just to breathe.

trust God.

He’s got the specs:

Put it in my pipe and 🚬 it

on living in harmony:
The rule of modesty or propriety

“When, as often happens, they break it [the rule of modesty] defiantly, in order to shock or embarrass others,

they are not necessarily being unchaste;

but they are being uncharitable:

“for It is uncharitable to take pleasure in making other people uncomfortable.

” And I therefore regard the great relaxation and simplifying of the rules of propriety which has taken place in my own life time,

as a good thing.

“At its present stage, however, it does lead to

“an inconvenience:

“that people of different ages and different types do not all acknowledge the same standard, and we hardly know where we are.


While this confusion lasts,

I think that old (my mom)

or old-fashioned (me) people

“Should be very careful not to assume that

young or emancipated people (my kids)

are corrupt whenever they are, by the old standards, improper;

” and, by the same token

young people ought not to call their elders prudes or Puritans whenever they do not easily adopt the new standard.I

“A real desire to believe all the good you can of others and to make others as comfortable as you can
…Will solve most of the problems.”
C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity “Christian Behavior” chapter 1

Put it in my pipe and 🚬 it

on living in harmony:
The rule of modesty or propriety

 “When, as often happens, they break it [the rule of modesty] defiantly, in order to shock or embarrass others, 

they are not necessarily being unchaste; 

but they are being uncharitable:


“for It is uncharitable to take pleasure in making other people uncomfortable. 

 ” And I therefore regard the great relaxation and simplifying of the rules of propriety which has taken place in my own life time, 

as a good thing.



“At its present stage,  however, it does lead to

 “an inconvenience:

“that people of different ages and different types do not all acknowledge the same standard, and we hardly know where we are.



While this confusion lasts, 

I think that old (my mom

or old-fashioned (me) people 

“Should be very careful not to assume that 

young or emancipated people (my kids

are corrupt whenever they are, by the old standards, improper;

” and, by the same token 

young people ought not to call their elders prudes or Puritans whenever they do not easily adopt the new standard.I

“A real desire to believe all the good you can of others and to make others as comfortable as you can
…Will solve most of the problems.”
C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity “Christian Behavior” chapter 15