An elderly couple walked into the lobby of the Mayo Clinic for a checkup for the wife. The spotted a piano in the lobby and thought, why not!
They’ve been married for 62 years and he’ll be 90 this year.
Check out this impromptu performance. It’s all in attitude to enjoy life.
Enjoy the show!
Release to God What We Cannot Control
By Debbie McDaniel
“Cast your burden on the Lord, and he will sustain you; he will never permit the righteous to be moved.” Psalm 55:22
So often in life we may find this to be true: we hold on too tightly to things we were never meant to control. It’s hard sometimes, to let go.
We struggle to change things. We strive hard to maintain order and keep all in line. But when problems mount high and pressures feel overwhelming, we begin to understand more fully how little control we really have.
Maybe we look all different places for help, yet forget we can press in towards our Savior. Maybe we forget that He never changes, and He still holds the power to heal and set free. Maybe we don’t believe that He can, or wants to, work on our behalf. Maybe we forget at times, that He’s still the God of miracles, that He can act “immediately,” that He can do in a moment what might take years for us to work through on our own.
Let’s set aside our fears and move towards Him today, in faith. Let’s press in close, and reach out to the One who is All-powerful, compassionate, loving, and kind. He knows already, the wounds and troubles we’ve carried, He knows the pain and worries we’ve felt, He knows how much we’ve tried to let go, and fix things in our own power. Let’s choose to believe that our situation or circumstance is never too big for Him to bring healing and freedom. He is Able. Nothing is too difficult for Him.
He is always within reach.
He is never far away.
He is close.
He is with us.
AMAZING PLACES AROUND GOD’S BEAUTIFUL WORLD
CARNIVAL IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL
IN WHAT DO YOU FIND YOUR WORTH?
For many, the Lenten season represents a time to refocus our attentions on the need for Christ to sustain us and nourish our souls. The song, “My Worth Is Not In What I Own,” was written to help point us to the soul-satisfying grace of Jesus in our lives. Enjoy Keith and Kristyn Getty, along with Fernando Ortega singing this modern hymn
THIS WEEK’S FIVE FAVORITE PHOTOS
KITCHEN UTENSIL ART
Reach out to someone in need this week!
Let others see Jesus in you this week!
Be His light in the darkness this week!
Have a Blessed Week!
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