Thanks for your patience yesterday. The week just kind of slipped away from me, I guess!
Not only has the week disappeared, so has August! It’s difficult to believe that we’ll be saying goodbye to the official summer months of 2020 in just a couple of days. Where I live, the temperatures and humidity certainly help it feel as though we’re still in those “dog days” of summer, though, and as much as I dislike such uncomfortably warm temperatures, I’m inclined to enjoy them since I know that winter isn’t far away.
With that, then, pour yourself a nice, tall, cold glass of iced tea and enjoy your Saturday week in review (kind of):
- If this is true, then there could very well be even more victims.
- I hope you’ll join me in praying for the victims of Hurricane Laura. As we watch the devastation that nature can wreak, we may be inclined to wonder, why does God allow natural disasters?
- I’ve already made my reservation (yes, I’m kidding!).
- Here’s your weekly dose of adorable.
- This sounds yummy.
- This is a great Twitter thread, explaining the story and scientific contributions of Dr. Nancy Conn. Never heard of her? Neither had I, but I’m glad I have now.
- Simonetta Carr gives some history on early Christian nations.
- This might just be the sweetest story I’ve ever read.
So, then, neither the one who plants nor the one who waters is anything, but only God who gives the growth.1 Corinthians 3:7 (CSB)