More responses (3)

Here are some more responses that have been shared with me. I trust you will find them as 

encouraging as I have.

  • I have learned that, just as the children of Israel, you can’t travel through the wilderness without someone to guide you. As we continue through this journey, I’ve found that we 1) have journeyed mostly through life with my assurances mainly on my ability to earn a living and save for the future. As we are now deep into our journey, I have seen that monetary things are temporary and that is not what we should place our assurance upon. I’ve found that “We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and steadfast.” The hope we have is our Savior and High Priest and a loving Father who will provide for us. (Mark)
  • My appreciation for my job has been heightened this week though. I’m still able to go to it every day because our office has few people & lots of space. Makes me glad I have a job I like to go to! (Lisa)
  • I’ve learned that I can’t have control over this situation and I need to let it go, release the anxiety, and enjoy this time with family. I appreciate how blessed I am with my home, land, and family. ((Emily)
  • I don’t think I have learned new things as having confirmed what I already learned in this life. I am at the age where I have been through enough to know that there is AN END TO IT and that “JOY COMES IN THE MORNING.” . . . So for better or worse, I have cycled through all of the emotions attendant with this sequestration quite quickly . . . A sixty-four year walk with God has all been worth it to experience the spiritual joy that I have on the other side of a difficulty. (Cindy)

You turned my wailing into dancing;

you removed my sackcloth and clothed me with joy,

that my heart may sing your praises and not be silent.

Lord my God, I will praise you forever. (Psalm 30:11-12) 

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