I know who holds tomorrow

There has been a lot that has happened since the last time I posted anything here. 

A LOT. 

Unfortunately I am going to leave it at that.  Just know that God’s vision and timing for your life and future are a lot more important than your own.  Most of what happens in life is beyond your control. 

The hard part is accepting that this is not a bad thing.

Mainly because the One who inhabits eternity, the One who knows the end from the beginning, He is something that we are not.  He is GOOD.  Not only that, but I can trust him, no matter what.  That’s something I teach kids all of the time, “I can trust God no matter what.”  Unfortunately it isn’t as easy as it sounds and in fact sometimes, it’s really, really tough.

Granted the crazy isn’t over.

In some cases, the crazy has just begun.

In all aspects of life 2014 could very well be an entire year of crazy.

Can’t think of a better reason to get back out in the garden and get my hands dirty.

Anything growing in your garden?  Or are you buried under the icy polar vortex?  (yuck)

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16 Responses to I know who holds tomorrow

  1. valbjerke says:

    Well hi there 😊 That is the strangest thing – I was not give minutes ago working away at work and wondering, (not for the first time) where one of my blogging family had got to (that be you). Nice to see you back.
    I sense you’ve had some struggles to work through. God has a plan – not to worry.
    Gardening? I’m not so much under the polar ice cap – but lots of snow so far this year. Still – all the garden catalogues arrived in December – and yep – jumped right on it and ordered all of my seeds for this spring. Plans for expansion definitely – I’ve more seeds than space.
    Looking forward to some warm Arizona pictures of happy plants.

  2. Tis cold damp weather that keeps me from my garden just now. I have done all I can to ready it for spring, now I can only wait.

    I do have chilli and tomato seeds in a propagator on the kitchen window sill though 🙂

    Happy 2014 – I hope it is a good growing year for you.

  3. Buried under the white stuff and won’t see green grass for two to three months.

  4. Snow is deep here as well. Onions in unheated green house did not freeze completely, during the -F faze. Enjoying going through the seed catalogs & planning expansion. Starting to plant under lights this week. Hang in there 🙂 — spring is just around the corner

    • Good times. Seed starting is the best. I have a couple going but need to get the mass plantings done. -F doesn’t sound like a good phase at all. We are wimps here. We complain if there is ice on the windshield in the morning. 70s during the day. 🙂

  5. Tania says:

    Oh it’s so nice to have you back 🙂

    No ice here, but we are in the midst of a heatwave, and the garden is surviving…just. I dread our next water bill!

    God Bless you and your family 🙂

    • Well, thank you! Summer… right… southern hemisphere. Sorry, I know how tough that can be. I’ll have to catch up on your blog to see if your ollas are still working out. Last I had checked they were doing okay.

  6. Hi Keith. I am so pleased to see you are back. I am so crazy busy in the garden. I have just spent a week undoing the neglect caused to the garden from the Festive season and subsequent summer holiday, and now I have to begin processing mountains of produce.
    The garden is a great place to find peace, I hope you find it there.
    Cheers Sarah : o )

  7. Processing produce. Good stuff. Glad you got to enjoy the holidays and a nice vacation. Always nice to get away for a while.

  8. Wenz World says:

    Wishing you all the best. Yes, gardening is great therapy. Looking forward to more of your posts. Blessings to you and yours.

  9. FreeRangeCow says:

    Oh man, to see a potential year-o-crazy rolling down the drainpipe must be unnerving. Wishing you well.

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