But God, I want to keep worrying!
I find it easy to worry every single day about what is to come. There are so many unknowns and I’m not comfortable with unknowns in my life and I worry about the unknowns.
We still have to think about Covid-19 as cases
continue to climb. There are still only around 50% of the residents of Pierce and St. Croix Counties that are fully vaccinated and there still isn’t a vaccine for children under the age of 12. So when we step into Ezekiel’s building we are all wearing masks to help protect our children and other vulnerable people. I can do this and I can encourage others to be vaccinated to protect themselves from getting Covid and ending up in the hospital or perhaps dying.
And what about this transition period at Ezekiel? I’m impatient and worry about it. But Pastor Paul is here guiding the congregation in beginning the work we all have to do during this transition. We have a guide to help us look at ourselves and our work as the members of the body of Christ at
How unrealistic can I be to think that my life won’t have unknowns and change until the day I leave this earth and go to my heavenly home? I forget that God will be walking with me every single day on my life journey. God always loves me no matter what I may do. I can remember verse 15 from Luke 12: “And can any of you by worrying add a single hour to your span of life?” I can continue to wear a mask and worry less. I can trust in the
transition process and know that it will take time. God is in charge and God’s got this!