Story Time-Where Are Those Gloves?

Where I live, we are going to have a big cold front come through dropping our temperatures from 68f/20c today to 34f/1c tomorrow, so it is time for my annual game of-Where Are Those Gloves?

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Those sneaky gloves like to play hide and seek with me. Some years they are so good at it that I end up buying another pair of gloves and when I do, that’s when the old pair of gloves suddenly reappears. My search today will probably result in me going to buy another pair anyway.

My Lord of the Rings hoodie is ready to go. I washed it the other day, but I think I may need to wash some sweaters today. I don’t break out the winter coat until it is much colder than it will be tomorrow. I still have that coat I bought several years ago that has a rip in the side. We will wait and see if I need another one.

Back to those sneaky gloves. I have a feeling they might have been hiding in my old van that I had towed away. But I will look around one more time. If I find them, I will rejoice because that will mean I won’t need to go shopping. If I do find them, I will update you so you can rejoice with me. 🙂

Jesus talked about the joy a person has in finding lost things in Luke 15 and used that to share about how angels rejoice when one person comes to know Jesus.

“Or suppose a woman has ten silver coins and loses one. Doesn’t she light a lamp, sweep the house and search carefully until she finds it? And when she finds it, she calls her friends and neighbors together and says, ‘Rejoice with me; I have found my lost coin.’  In the same way, I tell you, there is rejoicing in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents.”

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

17 thoughts on “Story Time-Where Are Those Gloves?

  1. Blessings to you Matt in your search for those shy gloves, wherever they may be. We are so blessed to have a Good Shepherd who never tires in searching for every lost sheep.

  2. one cannot have too many gloves or mitts for winter matt. but then I lose or go through several pairs a year. our lake just froze over last night. Our outlook is below zero in a few days.

      1. No. It snowed a foot and weighed the ice down so there’s water under the snow and on top of the ice. The snow insulates the lake from forming good ice so it’s downright dangerous. That being said, I’m going to take out my ice chisel today and see just how good the ice is and if I can get out and fish near shore in deeper water. Just in case I fall through, I’ll bring a couple things along to help me get out.
        It’s all an adventure. It’s also warmer today. It’s going to be in the 20’s and some sun finally.
        I trust you are well??

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