January 1, 2021 began with an ice storm in my community. So many of us waited anxiously for 2020 to be a memory, but as I reflected on the first day of the first month not only of a new year but a new decade, I wondered: “Is this an omen of things to come?” And then I reflected on my ice covered birch tree; bowed but not broken.
None of us truly knows what the future holds, but we do know in whose hands the future is held. As men and women, young and old who take Jesus seriously, we are called to be like that birch tree. In the face of uncertainty, hard times, disappointment, and even doubt, we are called to bend but never break. We don’t break because the words of the Risen Lord echoes in our hearts—Lo, I am with you, even until the end of the age.
7 thoughts on “Glimpses of Grace—Bend but not Broken”
Wonderful to have a Glimpse of Grace. May you and Sue and your entire family be blessed with happiness and good health. 🙏🙏🙏
So true, thanks for sharing tonight.
So happy to see your Glimpse of Grace once again. You don’t know how uplifting it is to see your words. Thanks Frosty!
Thank you, Frosty! I love seeing your glimpses of faith.
Was good to read your Glimpse of Grace. How good to know that He is with us always. May you, Sue and all your family have a blessed New Year.
Thanks, Frosty! May the New Year bring you wonderful blessings. Nhs
Amen!! Glad to see Glimpses of Grace again.