Sometimes you just have to grin and bear it

Sometimes you just have to grin and bear it

Every single day I am so thankful for a sense of humor and God giving us the gift of laughter!! To sit with our family and be able to belly laugh over stuff is such sweet relief in these days. Thank you Jesus for kids and grandkids who are hysterical and have the gift to laugh despite the hard days when we could just sit and cry. The news out of the Middle East is horrifying. The Jeffrey Epstein crap is disgusting and evil. I know that if Jesus tarries there will be more terrorist activity to come.

I know that there are more Jeffrey Epsteins out there.

It’s terrifying for real.

I doubt we will see a day where terrorism and the abuse of people is not a fear.

This is not the first pandemic we’ve been through,however, it’s the first time we’ve seen it dealt with like this.

I’m just saying that one of the saddest things would be to get so cynical and serious that we lose our sense of fun and lightheartedness. Being in ministry we hear heartache after heartache and we never get used to it. I know these are dark days. But Jesus doesn’t want us looking on the dark side of every single thing and thinking every person is out to get us. If we do, the first thing to go is joy. And if we don’t serve Him and others with joy, we might as well stop serving. I don’t want to be “there’s a demon under every rock” kind of girl. I need to laugh. I need to recognize that I can’t carry the whole world’s load. I need to pray and leave it with Him to carry. And then be a voice of encouragement to others.

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