Honor Thy Dust

In the spirit of giving, have a look at this post. Saint making, Job, ( as in the book of Job) are adroitly handled here with wit and truth.

See how our perceptions of ups and downs can be better handled, as God actually trusts us with things to test us in the best possible ways. Love the last paragraph.

See, there's this thing called biology...

beige and gray barn owl Photo by Jean van der Meulen on Pexels.com

Chuckling here, but I like order in my world and have these totally unrealized housekeeping standards. If you think life is a hard when then kids are small, wait until they are grown and move back in with you. Add your incredibly messy mom to the mix, in a house that is way too small.

I swept and mopped and polished my floors the other day and not ten minutes later we had to let the dog in. Naturally he’s all wet, muddy, and hyper, and we have hardwood floors, so of course he cannot just “come in,” he must crash and burn and wipe out, sliding mud across my floor and even up my walls, no less than 18 times on the way to his room.

I also chose to rake and clean up the yard not 3 hours before we…

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Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.
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2 Responses to Honor Thy Dust

  1. Thanks, Colorstorm, much appreciated. One of my favorite encouraging sayings is, “God wouldn’t trust just anybody with your troubles.” Grateful mine are rather easy and gentle at the moment. 🙂

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    • ColorStorm says:

      This ‘dust ‘ thing is all about crisis management eh? I say that all the time that things could be far worse.

      The lady complaining about her God awful nails gets a fresh perspective when she meets a guy without hands.

      The clean floor thing is hilarious too, Murphy’s law. Even better to have eyesight to see it, so yes, laugh it off and cry at the same time.

      Great perspective though in this post msb.

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