Life Isn’t Always Paradise Even When You Are Staying There

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  1. Cathy Metzger says:

    Hi Sheila,
    I’m glad you are on Sanibel. I’m not glad about the noseeuums!. No fun! I love the anaologies you draw from life experiences.

    • Sheila Rhodes says:

      Hi, Cathy!
      Thanks for your constant encouragement! Sometimes, I wish I knew why God created those little buggers, but if everything was cursed when man fell that explains it! Love you!

  2. I love the title of this post. Great analogy, too. I recently had an experience w bedbugs I picked up when I stayed somewhere. Miserable. But, nothing compared to what some people face. I’ve been handed tough circumstances at times. I am so glad I have hope.

    • Sheila Rhodes says:

      Hi, Sheila!
      I’m so sorry! They are both miserable for sure, but we can look forward to our True Paradise with Jesus where no bug can bother us again! Blessings!

  3. Sheila, a year ago this month, my hubby and I did some camping at Ft. DeSoto Park which is just south of St. Pete. It was beautiful. The days were sunny and the evenings balmy…a real paradise…but I was eaten alive! So I know exactly what you are talking about! I thought mosquito bites were itchy, until I experienced those no-see-ums. Love your analogy. True paradise won’t be experienced until we are walking those sunny shores with Jesus! What a great thing to look forward to! Thanks for sharing. – Amy
    http://stylingrannymama.com/

    • Sheila Rhodes says:

      Hi, Amy! Thank You for understanding my plight of the no-see-ums! It was awful, but God always teaches me a lesson in all of it! I am looking forward to our true paradise where I can walk in freedom and not have to worry about those pesky critters! Blessings to you!

  4. Toni Ryan says:

    Beautiful article my friend! True paradise awaits us!

    • Sheila Rhodes says:

      Hi, Toni! Thank You and you are right…True paradise does await us! I’m looking forward to that day!

  5. Andrea says:

    It may not always be paradise, but as long as God is always with us

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