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God is not Afraid to Leave His House

I’m in quarantine because of a close exposure to COVID-19. I couldn’t go to church last weekend. I won’t make it next week either.

But you know who isn’t in quarantine? God. He is always free to leave His house. And He comes to meet me right where I am.

My friend, are you housebound? Are you confined by illness or fear or something else? Don’t despair! You are not alone.

God is not afraid to leave His house. He sees you and knows your needs. He is ready to visit. Will you invite Him in?

God meets us where we are: God is not Afraid to Leave His House
God is not afraid to leave His house to meet us in our need.

“Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with that person, and they with me.”

Revelation 3:20
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When You Frame It Like That…

Have you ever set out to “quickly” clean a closet only to get completely distracted by all the forgotten treasures you find? That happened to me, in essence, when I went looking through my phone’s camera roll for a particular photo.

When I see things that evoke thoughts and emotions to remember, my habit is to snap a quick photo. But then I forget about the photo until I go scrolling through for whatever reason. I’m sure I’m not the only one.

I thought we could help each other out in this regard. “When you frame it like that…” seems like a good prompt which will lead into an explanation of what we were thinking and what emotions we were trying to preserve when we snapped the photos we have.

Do you have photos to share? Will you participate?
1. Use the title “When You Frame It Like That…” and then insert your own caption.
2. Share your photo and tell its story.
3. Link back to this prompt.
I will keep all the pingback and trackback links below and we can create an album of sorts.
What do you think? Please join me!

For example, you can find my first one here: When You Frame It Like That… Its the Quiet Ones Who Get Overlooked