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While reading “Homebound” today, a few flurries fell outside my window. I wrote this poem a few years ago during a blizzard, but I cannot be sure which one. We have many blizzards where I live as proof of flurries in April. A year ago, our country was homebound for entirely different reasons. A few days ago, my county was under curfew for entirely different reasons. Seasons of the year and our lives often bring with them unpredictable storms. Wherever life finds us today, may we be wrapped up in hope and be surrounded by peace. Philippians 4:4-13 ESV

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