With the kids' start to school delayed, it feels like a slow beginning to the year. Snowshoeing around the lake last weekend, I was reminded how hard it is-even with snowshoes on-to plod through knee deep snow; the exhaustion and effort to put on foot in front of the other.
Maybe that's you this week, trudging along in fatigue. May you be encouraged with these words, "and those who know your name put their trust in you, for you, O Lord, have not forsaken those who seek you" (Ps 9:10). You are not forgotten, nor forsaken. He is faithful through it all.
Grace and peace.
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