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Remodeling Can be disruptive to your life.

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Where’s the milk? Out in the garage. Where’s the jam? Out in the garage. Where is the refrigerator? Out in the garage. The stove, and the dishwasher are out there too.

Yes, we are doing a major remodeling of our kitchen. They have torn up the old floor, and today they are starting to put in the new flooring. Then the den will get a remodel! So the TV will be gone, and all the furniture as well. The end product will be beautiful in the end.

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Have you had your life disrupted by remolding? Are you trying to make you life better, but have had to move many things from your past to the garage?

It is very difficult to do, I agree, but in the end everything will be beautiful.

We all have time when things need to be changed. A divorce. A lost job. Too many bills. The list goes on and on.

Time to remodel your life. Put in new hope. Put in new freedoms. Pay off those bills. Regroup and remodel after that divorce.

It is very hard work, but the end results is a new you and happiness.

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AND remember God is there with you. He knows your hardships. He knows your needs. Talk to Him about it and he will make your paths easier.

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Remember:

You are never alone.

You are never forsaken.

You are never unloved.

And above all…never, ever, give up!

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Pain and Agony Comes Knocking at our Door too Often

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I had a nightmarsh day yesterday. I had my normal workout at cardiac rehab and came home very tired.

I thought I was going to be OK for the rest of the night when my wife decided we need to buy a storage shed for our backyard. We went to Home depot and didn’t find what we wanted. I must have covered every inch of that store because I was exhausted.

We then went to Lowes and found what we wanted. It was a storage shed in a box that had to be assembled. (Yippie!)

I was so far gone by the time we got home that I got very upset when my wife said we needed to put the box in the backyard. That box weighed 65 pounds! I tried to get it out of the car and immediately dropped it to the pavement.

We decided to drag to to the back yard. By the time we got where we wanted it I was almost in tears from the pain, and frustration.

I was in terrible pain so I showered and went to bed. I took Tylenol but was awake for several hours because of the pain.

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When I woke up this morning I was still in agony, and had to cancel my PT appointment. I am just now starting to feel better with the help of Tylenol.

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Have you ever had a day where everything seemed to come crashing down on you? Was it a lost job, or a lost loved one?

These kind of sudden tragedies take a toll on us. We wonder why it is happening to us.

We must always remember that God is always near. He knows our pain and frustrations. He will pull us out of the muck and more and give us hope.

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Remember:

You are never alone.

You are never forsaken.

You are never unloved.

And above all…never, ever, give up!

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Never Take on, This Not so Friendly World, Alone

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I have two blogs to write on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Today I got through with my first bog, and decided to go outside to see how my wife was doing on her yard work. MISTAKE!

That was an hour and a half ago, and I just got back.

Love that Lady!

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President Biden said this morning that there have been over 200 million first time virus shots given. That is good news. It is rolling in the right direction.

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This day has been interesting. The weather is beautiful and the temperature is supposed to get up to 75. However, by Friday there is a whole week of rain and lower temperatures coming.

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Is your world like that? Do you have good days and then bad days? You certainly are not alone.

There is so much to face. Lost job. You got the COVID-19 virus. Lost relationship. Lost loved one.

That is called storms in our lives. Heavy and violent storms. It is hard, at best, to face them, but if we rely on God, we will be able to see the end of the storms.

He is always there by your side. He doesn’t stop the storms, but he guides you through them.

Never take on the dark side alone. It is just too overwhelming. Pray for God’s help, and ask Him to be your fortress.

Be strong and know that God will never forsake you.

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Remember:

You are never alone.

You are never forsaken.

You are never unloved.

And above all…never, ever, give up!

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