Tested By Fire

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I was listening to a Bible commentary today, and the commentator was talking about how God takes us through trials in life that prepare us for events yet to come. He described how precious metals are often put into fire for purifying so that the impurities are removed and the remaining metal is stronger and better able to withstand pressure and stress thereafter. I can see how that has been the case in my life.


People often ask me how I do what I do. How can I survive on five hours of sleep a night, hold down a very intense full-time position that often requires more than 40 hours a week to complete but yet be there night and day to take care of Lynn without losing my mind? Now, there are days when that last part might not be true, days when I think I am losing my mind, but for the most part, I’ve learned to take each day one minute at a time and deal with whatever is the greatest need at that particular moment. I realize I’ve learned to do this by being tested by fire throughout my life.
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