You have routines, expectations, traditions and things you do regularly in life. And then comes the pandemic, and nothing’s the same anymore. Where you work (if you’re blessed to have a job) has probably changed, worship is taking place in your living room in front of a screen, eating out has been curtailed, sports are taking place in a bubble with no fans, certain items are not readily available at the grocery store, and the Hogs will play a reduced schedule this fall with only a relatively few fans allowed to attend. Yet you have adapted well. In fact, you have discovered new joys like being home with your family, taking walks, reading and catching up on those projects around the house you’ve been putting off too long. Yes, life morphs. You adapt. You discover new possibilities. And you give thanks because God is still God, Jesus is still Lord and the Holy Spirit is still at work.