Merry, merry Christmas! ‘Tis the season to be grateful we have a Provider!
We have had unseasonably cold weather, 1°. Some areas have had -5° – that’s a minus – and we live in Arkansas. I know sone of you are not impressed because you have this kind of weather all the time. But here? We are not supposed to have this kind of weather.
But again! God (and our angels) is still in the protection businesd. He is still our Provider so He will supply when electric and gas bills rise.
I’ve dug out super thick, warm socks and an excellently warm sweater. I’ve prayed before and when the electricity tried to go out several times today. Every time it came right back on. The biggest problem I had was going to fix all the blinking clocks!
I donate to a program that helps people pay their utility bills. Why? Because I am so blessed because I have a Provider Who takes such good care of me.
It’s time to put your trust in your Provider. In Ephesians 3:20 He promises to provide over and above all you can ask or think.
As crazy as it has gotten, it shows me more than ever that we have to rely on, lean on and trust in God. He is trustworthy and WANTS to take care of you. He loves you!Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2022 Nan C. Loyd
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So true! God WILL provide our needs. I’m thankful that we don’t have to worry or stress about what’s happening around us. We can rest in the knowledge that God will provide exceeding abundantly above all we can ask or think! Merry Christmas Nan!
Brrrr . . . . is right! Our heat pump bit the dust about 10:00 o’clock on the evening the Arctic blast hit. It’s only three years old! We borrowed four space heaters from family, and closed off the rooms that don’t have water pipes. The HVAC guy who installed it came out the next morning and just shook his head. He doesn’t know what’s wrong with it. He said, “you have a Cadillac system, but you don’t have a Cadillac technician.” LOL BUT ~~~We are so incredibly blessed! We aren’t homeless and freezing to death on the city streets somewhere, and our power has not gone out for a single moment all this time! All GLORY to God! Now the heat wave has hit and I’m going to be looking for my swimsuit soon! LOL
Oh my gosh! What horrible timing Sharon. Hope it was fixed before Christmas!!
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