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Mar 28

Hello, Lord!
I am getting quite excited, looking forward to freedom and exploration in the days to come! I know there will be the Unknown to face every day, not having a regular “home” to call my own, but at least I have TWO awesome husbands, one eternal and one messed-up human, just like me. And since both occupy so much of my heart, and “home is where the heart is” then I suppose that means my true “home” is wherever I may wander, lol. And being on the road, I should be able to visit the rest of the pieces of my heart — all my children — and even create NEW little pieces of my heart as I find them strewn along the path — whatever path you may lead me down, Oh Faithful Shepherd! 🙂

 
Psalm 119:101-112 ERV

I have avoided every path that leads to evil so that I could obey your word. 
You are my teacher, so I will always do whatever you decide. 
Your words are so sweet to me, like the taste of honey! 
I gain understanding from your instructions, so I hate anything that leads people the wrong way. 
Your word is like a lamp that guides my steps, a light that shows the path I should take. 
Your laws are good and fair. I have promised to obey them, and I will keep my promise. 
LORD, I have suffered for a long time. Say the word, and I will live again! 
LORD, accept the praise I want to give you, and teach me your laws. 
My life is always in danger, but I have not forgotten your teachings. 
The wicked try to trap me, but I have not disobeyed your instructions. 
The rules you have given me to follow will be mine forever. They give me great joy. 
More than anything I want to obey your laws always, until the end of my life. 

 
Lord, I thank you for the peace I have inside, and the peace I have with you and with everyone I know. It is awesome to live free of guilt or shame or bitterness or any other emotional burden. It is good to love your ways, and be strengthened by you! Father, I ask that you continue to strengthen my physical body, and teach me how to prepare it and care for it during the time that we are homeless and may be without adequate food. Thank you for showing me how little I actually need to eat to be healthy, and thank you for giving me a mind and eyes that can learn how to gather and prepare food from the wild, as needed or desired. Please heal my body’s ailments — both those that come from abuse in my childhood, and the one that came from abuse in my adulthood, not so many years ago. You see all, Lord. You know all, and you know me better than I know myself. Heal me, Shepherd, as I follow you wherever you lead. Amen.

 

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