As the dust settles on 2020

I am very thankful for 2020 and the lessons it has presented. Being forced to slow down and having the opportunity to rethink some life and faith stuff. While the pandemic was a pretty crazy experience, I have no doubt that God used, and will continue to use, different parts of the last year to make himself known to those made in his image. All of us.

That’s been my experience and what I’m sure of. My hope for 2021 is that the structures in place that are built mostly on sand, and the treasures we gather that rust and can be stolen so easily, will be less trusted, because we have seen that it doesn’t take much for earthly things to fall to pieces.

The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy, I have come that they may have life and have it to the full – Jesus Christ

Father God, we thank you for your provision. – Amen

3 thoughts on “As the dust settles on 2020

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  1. Thank you, brother Evad. God’s best to you in 2021. You are correct, this past year has revealed the quality of our “building materials” for the kingdom of God. May the New Year be built with less wood, hay and stubble! Blessings.

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  2. Love this: “My hope for 2021 is that the structures in place that are built mostly on sand, and the treasures we gather that rust and can be stolen so easily, will be less trusted, because we have seen that it doesn’t take much for earthly things to fall to pieces.” Agree with this hope, as God continues to show himself faithful when everyone and everything else proves fallible and unreliable, hearts will turn and return to him alone. On Christ the SOLID ROCK I stand! Blessings.

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