The Pandemic: pstrmike

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  1. We have about 800 people on site. We were sent home yesterday, but we were told today that a co worker was diagnosed. Deep cleaning going on… We are set to return April 7th.

  2. JoelG says:

    This is very encouraging. Thank you.

    I’m going to try so spend less time on the news and more time watching squirrels run for their lives from my dog. 😊 And the sun set. And nature coming to life again.

  3. Cash says:

    JoelG..wise brother, wise. It’s been gorgeous weather outside here. I’ve been playing ball with the dogs and enjoying the fresh air. Blessings.

  4. Paige says:

    Beautifully said Pstr Mike… Amen…. I personally, feel like this time is a Holy Sabbath to the Lord…

  5. JoelG says:

    I’m thankful this is all happening in the Spring as a reminder that this will pass, as Pastor Mike wrote above.

    I’m glad your out getting fresh air, Cash. It helps to get out and appreciate the simple blessings we forget about sometimes.

    Not to get all super spiritual, but I’m counting on Jesus’ promise about the birds and flowers of the field in Matthew 6.

    God be with you and ALL here.

  6. pstrmike says:

    Thanks everyone. As I told my church, let’s redeem the time, even in the midst of the uncertainty and sense of anxiety.

    I spoke with my friend today who is optimistic about his treatment plan. Will continue to hope and pray.

    Definitely a Holy Sabbath and interesting that it coincides with Lent which is a time of reflection, repentance and preparation for Easter. It is a time where our sacrifice of praise can come from a deeper place within our soul, something that I know you understand all too well.

    TNV, deep cleaning indeed.

    Thanks JoelG. I have Forest Service land on three sides of where I live and there is an abundance of wildlife.

    Being with my dog has always been one of my favorite things to do.

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