Praise be to the Lord, to God our Savior, who daily bears our burdens. (Psalm 68:19)
Have you ever felt like you are troubleshooting with your life? I certainly have. A troubleshooter is “a person skilled at solving or anticipating problems or difficulties (Webster’s Dictionary).” And I should be clear that I feel more like the first part of this definition, a person becoming skilled at solving problems. I can’t anticipate them very often, but they frequently come. Let me give you some examples just in this last month… The air conditioner broke down, the refrigerator door wouldn’t shut, the computer stopped working, my phone took a swim, the roof had a leak, and numerous other things have come up. Each one God has helped Paul and I solve one by one.