Reflecting

Keep your life free from love of money, and be content with what you have, for he has said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.” Hebrews 13:5

Last night I drove to pick up my dinner and the I noticed the town is basically empty. It seems like every locked down day us like a Sunday from yesteryear, when nothing was open on the Lord’s day.

Reflecting back on the past semester is always interesting, as I had the amazing opportunity to teach a MIS course, which was new to me. I also now have distance teaching under my belt. In the midst of teaching, I was able to add a fourth college to my resume for next Fall. I enjoy challenging myself to add to new courses, so that I realized that I am more valuable to the local colleges by being able to teach a variety of courses.

I was supposed to teach in the prisons for the summer, but prisons are closed due to the coronavirus. Today, I am now faced with finding a summer job and file for unemployment. I am hoping I can find something remote or at least use my teaching skills to help others. I am trusting God for His provision, as there are many that have absolutely nothing,

One thing I am confident is that God is with me and His Holy Word does not return void. Because the verse above states we must learn to be content with what we have no matter the circumstances. We must remember always that God will not forsake us. I hope and pray that our county will open soon, so there is some sort of return to normalcy.

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