October 1

In a few hours it will be October. Leaves are getting all colored up and falling off the trees. It’s time for walks in the woods, leaf raking, apple picking, sauce making, and curling up on the couch with a good book and hot cider. I better get about the business of finding some good reading material. Any suggestions?

This past month I’ve been busy working at church, at home, and babysitting one day a week. Perfect. I’m happy doing what I’m doing. There never seem to be enough hours in a day or days in a week, but I’m content. The Bible says in Hebrews to keep your life free from love of money, and be content with what you have; for he has said, “I will never fail you nor forsake you.”

The Lord has proven faithful in my life. I’ve never had more than I knew what to do with, yet I’ve never been without. I rest easy knowing God has everything under control…even when He doesn’t do things quite like I think He should, or like I wish He would. (wink,wink) And truly, I’m glad He does things His way.

Good night. Tomorrow is October. It’ll be a wonderful month, I just know it.

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One Response to October 1

  1. Brian says:

    Hi Betsy,Happy to hear about your optimism with fall coming and how you enjoy this time of year. Glad to hear you enjoy your new work schedule. I read on facebook a comment somewhere by Pastor Cliff how much of a help you have been to him with the office duties you have been doing. I also appreciate you for taking on that responsibility and am thankful to your service to the body of Christ. See you Sunday


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