I watched a message this past week where the pastor talked about life is how we frame it, and we have to be intentional about what we frame. He had a beautiful picture of a sunset taken from an airplane window. In the bottom right corner were dark thunderous clouds, and the rest of the photo was beautiful oranges, yellows, and pinks of the sunsetting below. The idea is that, while we can’t change the scene of life, we can choose what we focus on. We can take our small frame and frame the dark thunderous clouds, making everything seem dark and discouraging, or we can move the frame within the same scene and focus on the breathtaking beauty of sunset. This is exactly what couples like Luke and Anna are doing. While COVID has made life in general challenging , especially when planning a wedding, they chose to focus on what is beautiful instead of the dark and gloomy corner.
Luke and Anna started planning their wedding last September shortly after he proposed and had hoped to have it near where they’d call their first home together, but with the ever-evolving pandemic situation, they decided to swap plans and settle on getting married at a family member’s church for a more intimate gathering that allowed them to be more relaxed and enjoy the day.
Luke and Anna we’re so proud of you two pushing through a crazy season! Continue to keep your eyes on the prize and run the race set out before you two – focusing on encouraging and building each other up along the way. As you already know, life throws many different curveballs but continue to choose to fight for each other instead of with each other as you come up against each challenge. We hope you had an amazing honeymoon in Tennesee!
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