Sunday, December 18th was the last day of The Give, Take, and Rebuild Love Tour with Please Promise. The tour ended in Old Hickory, Tennessee, and what a bittersweet day it was! While it will be nice to see our families and friends, it was definitely sad to say goodbye to our tour-mates Please Promise. One bible verse sticks out when I think about this tour:
“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” –Proverbs 27:17
This verse sticks out because of all of the trials we faced on the road this time. We were faced with automotive, parking, financial, and countless other kinds of issues, and through it all we always helped one another stay grounded. This proverb is one of my favorite. I think about all the “iron” in my life. Parents, grandparents, friends, my wife. They all play important roles in shaping me into a better follower of Christ. I really want to encourage you to think of who the “iron” in your life is.
I’m currently in Florida picking up my grandmother to take her back to Ohio for Christmas. While down here, my wife and I are enjoying the beautiful weather and doing a little last minute Christmas shopping. We are headed back to Ohio tomorrow. I’m super excited to see my family this Christmas, especially since I have not seen them in a few weeks. This will probably be my last blog before Christmas, so I hope everyone has a very blessed Christmas! Stay sweet.