Content in the Storm

Orphan fawn has adopted our place as it’s safe haven. Photo from the dinner table

Inconspicuous deer behind our deck, watchin me sipping coffee watching him.

It’s snowing and blowing and 28 degrees f. It feels like below zero weather. The deer is more at peace with the weather and winters outlook than I am, even after losing her mother.

What do you do in life’s storms? Dwell on all they have done to you? Fear what might be ahead?

What do you do with the wolves of life? Hide? Tremble at what may come?

Be safe and warm this winter little deer, there’s plenty of food and pines for shelter around our place

Remember: Yesterday and Tomorrow are thieves who trade empty coffers for our contentment Today.
The thief comes only in order to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have and enjoy life, and have it in abundance” (to the full, till it overflows, Jesus. John 10:10)

MY LIFE: In the hardest of storms God has been good…Gary

Published by Gary Fultz

Outdoors Man, Hunter, Fisherman, Guide, Writer / Author, Photographer, Public Speaker, Musician, Song Writer, Story Teller, Follower Of Jesus. Love God and family and total strangers

14 thoughts on “Content in the Storm

  1. Very peaceful scene there, Gary.
    Things you mentioned made me wonder how those who reject Christ can cope, with the fear engineers cranking it out to the masses overtime.
    Makes we wonder if there isn’t a herd of people around the world heading toward the Savior even as I type this. I sense the Lord’s powerful draw…even among churches. Could revival be coming? The Lord smiles with a wink, “Could be!”

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    1. Me too Stephanie. the little deer gets a hand full of oats each day on the edge of the woods for a bit of extra nutrition for the long winter ahead. So far the squirrels have not beat her to it. She is very healthy with a good winter coat. I’ll cut a few small trees down this winter as the woods is very thick and needs thinning, and the deer will get an enormous amount of nutrition in the winter buds and branch ends. A win-win for deer and forest as most of the little trees will die and self thin (become wild fire material) as time goes on.

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