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A Path Through The Storm

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger
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January 18, 2022 3:30 am

A Path Through The Storm

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger

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January 18, 2022 3:30 am

When storms loom, media outlets often show footage of people placing plywood on homes and businesses and hunkering down. Caregiving is its own storm. Although sometimes receiving advance notice, caregiving can often descend like a tornado – and last a lifetime. If cameras followed caregivers, many' daily activities might resemble the frantic bustle of those boarding up homes and businesses. Imagine trying to build a five-year plan while simultaneously working to survive a hurricane. Incredulously, many caregivers regularly attempt such a feat. While the aftermath of hurricanes usually brings clearer skies that allow rebuilding, the lengthy caregiving storm usually ends at a cemetery – and the path to rebuilding appears shrouded in confusion, despair, and even desolation.

Yet a path through and following the storm does exist. It's called endurance. The challenges of caregiving can forge a resilience and resolve that spills into every area of life. Faced with hardships, many lament, "how do I get out of this?" Caregivers (and others) can instead change the question to "What can I become through this?"

Entire marketing ads promote tempting versions of success that sadly ring hollow with time.

Perseverance remains its own success- while standing the test of time.  

 “…knowing that tribulation produces perseverance; and perseverance, character; and character, hope.”  - Romans 5:3-4

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Go to heat track.com you know these make a great gift as well during inclement weather. Let's stay out of the emergency room and enjoy the winter. Instead, go to heat track.calm, this is Peter Rosenberger. This is your caregiver minute windstorms loom media outlets often show footage of people placing plywood's on homes and hunkering down caregiving is its own store, although sometimes receiving advance notice. Caregiving can often descend like a tornado and last a lifetime if cameras followed caregivers. Many daily activities might resemble the frantic bustle of those boarding up homes and businesses. Imagine trying to build a five year plan while simultaneously working to survive a hurricane. Amazingly, many caregivers regularly attempt such a feat.

While the aftermath of hurricanes usually bring clear skies allow rebuilding the lengthy caregiving storm usually into the cemetery and the path to rebuilding appears shrouded in confusion, despair and even desolation.

Yet path through and following the storm does exist it's called endurance.

The challenges of caregiving can forge resilience and resolve the spills into every area of life. Faced with hardships many lament how I get out of this. Caregivers and others can instead change the question to what can I become. Through this no entire marketing ads promote tempting versions of success.

Sadly, ring hollow with time. Perseverance remains its own success. While it stands the test if possible. Said it well in Romans 5334 knowing that tribulation produces perseverance. Perseverance, character, and character, hope. This is been your caregiver minute with Peter Rosenberger brought to you by standing with hope. A ministry for the wounded and those who care for them. There's more information@standingwithhope.com


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