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Jun 5

Hello, Father!
Thank you for landing us in ER land — Emergency Recovery from our most recent adventures, lol. Thank you for the way you are moving in my oldest son’s life, even giving him a new place to live for his 28th birthday — yay! Please continue to touch the lives of my children and also my friend in New York, however she may be doing. I am grateful to know you, Lord, and I think that a personal, intimate relationship with you is the best thing that any of us could have. I thank you for the delight of knowing and being known by you, and I pray that you give each one of them that same delight. Thank you, Faithful Shepherd! 🙂

 
Matthew 10:11-15 ERV

“When you enter a city or town, find some worthy person there and stay in his home until you leave. 
When you enter that home, say, ‘Peace be with you.’ 
If the people in that home welcome you, they are worthy of your peace. May they have the peace you wished for them. But if they don’t welcome you, they are not worthy of your peace. Take back the peace you wished for them. 
And if the people in a home or a town refuse to welcome you or listen to you, then leave that place and shake the dust off your feet. 
I can assure you that on the judgment day it will be worse for that town than for the people of Sodom and Gomorrah.

 
Lord, I do not feel like I have much of anything to offer people I meet, other than a ton of joy and faith and cheerfulness, and perhaps encouragement, if given the chance. But I also do not wish any harm (or a lack of peace) upon anyone who does me harm or rejects me or my husband in any way. Therefore I cannot totally relate to the verses above. Still, being given refuge in this home, this day, for our little ER time, I really do wish that you would fill the giver with peace, and bless him financially beyond expectation, for he has shared what little he has and not asked for anything in return. Thank you, Lord, for your awesome provision. Please heal up my husband, and lead us where to go next, when it is time. Amen.

 

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