Coronavirus and Riding a Bike...
Today I sat thinking about the 'kinks' I've been working through. How I had just figured out my new schedule right before Spring Break. How I was rockin' through life...it had become 'easy.' I had become comfortable. Complacent. Happy with things and how they were going.
Then Corona. Coronavirus has shattered my world. My schedule. It's broken things. As I was thinking of an image to describe my brokeness, a bike came to mind.
I started thinking how: "I haven't ridden a bike in years, but if I got one, I could get back on. I'd be a bit rusty, but I could do it." And it hit me. I can do the same thing with finding my schedule again. Finding my true happiness again. Becoming comfortable, but not taking it for granted.
Corona is no different than any other major obstacle I've faced in my life. It looks different, but I've been broken before and I've figured it out...just like riding a bike.
So today, I'm going to start my week off, looking for motivation in finding my schedule again. Recognizing the obstacle and pushing through. Friends-I need the accountability to get unstuck. I'm thinking that some of you may too. Join me in taking care of us.
The mundane of the world right now, is not the world of God. Lean in. He is STILL here.
Romans 12:2 - "Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will."