|Tiniest bunny I've ever seen|
huddled by my garage door July 15th
It's been a pensive time here since my last jubilant post. Circumstances have changed. This precious little bunny rabbit illustrates how I've felt lately. Very small in a huge world with a lot to consider, some of it quite scary.
A problem arose with the financing of my house to be built next door to some of my children. I was given several options to work around the issue, but I just didn't have a peace about any of them, so the best thing to do was to just back out of the whole thing.
I still have the lot and will decide later what to do about that. It's an investment and I'm not worried about it at all.
I have missed Beloved terribly with all of this, talking to him and relying on him to make the final judgment calls. He was a smart man with a good head on his shoulders.
In his absence, I am trusting the Lord to show me what to do and I'm trying to get better at recognizing the Lord's leading.
All things considered, I am in a very good place where I live now. So many things are settled here that would have to be done all over again with a relocation to another part of the state, moving into a new house and all that entails. I am not sure I have the mental and emotional energy to go any further with what that requires.
This graphic was posted on FaceBook recently by one of you. Both it and the bunny snapshot express where my thoughts have been this past week. But with that said, I am at peace with this decision.
He knows our frame;
He remembers that we are dust.
... But the mercy of the LORD is from everlasting
to everlasting upon them that fear Him,
and His righteousness unto children's children.
Psalm 103:14, 17
Until next time,
The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.