Now Playing: I Deal in Hope Daily Devotional Blog
The sun is out now. Very nice to see it. Still I know that looks are deceiving and it is still cold out there. I'm fixing chili for lunch.
It was cold, snowy and very windy yesterday. Very glad that the meeting the other coordinator for the NWG Fall Conference and I scheduled, we'd decided to hold it here rather than make it a dinner meeting out. With that wind, I wouldn't have dared leave the house!
After the meeting I watched pictures in the digital frame, we received for Christmas, filled with pictures of the grandkids. Made me miss them. I usually make and send a little video to them on Saturday, but made and sent it last night instead.
Such a blessing how technology can keep us connected these days. So different from those who came to America from overseas or left the East to settle in the West. Many families realized they'd never see their loved ones again. Letters, if they made it through, were few and far between.
Technology makes staying in contact with our distant loved ones easier. Staying in contact with our Heavenly Father is easier still. We need only come with a listening attitude and a humble spirit. He hears the faintest cry of our hearts.
Psalm 103:16-18 GW When the wind blows over the flower, it disappears, and there is no longer any sign of it. But from everlasting to everlasting, the LORD'S mercy is on those who fear him. His righteousness belongs to their children and grandchildren, to those who are faithful to his promise, to those who remember to follow his guiding principles.
Technology is great, but glad I don't need electronics to reach God or He, me.