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Fran Lafferty

Fran Lafferty

I shall yet learn, and grow beyond the immaturity of adulthood. I shall again laugh, and learn the wisdom of a child.

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Mar 2

Hello, Father!
Thank you for the perfect weather, and lots of time for both work and play. Thank you for healing my knee a little bit more each day, and thank you for making it so that I do not have to stress it with excess bending or walking. Thank you for sunshine and peace and good food and pleasant surroundings. Thank you for my ability to learn and to discuss so very many things with my Mate. Thank you for the health of each of my children, as well as for my Mate and myself. Please continue to touch this place with your peace, even while our neighbors have been touched with the recent death of a loved one. Father, I feel death ever so slightly, right outside our little camper, in the trailer next to us and the people who live there. I hear grief in their voices, and I sense that desolate, desperate feeling of loss that I have felt myself. Please comfort them, Father, and show us any way that we can be of help or comfort to them, ourselves. Thank you that death has not touched my own family or friends lately. Thank you for the reassurance I feel, that even if and when I do face grief and loss again, you will be right there with me, leading me through. Thank you, faithful Shepherd.

Psalm 23 ERV

A song of David. The LORD is my shepherd. I will always have everything I need. 
He gives me green pastures to lie in. He leads me by calm pools of water. 
He restores my strength. He leads me on right paths to show that he is good. 
Even if I walk through a valley as dark as the grave, I will not be afraid of any danger, because you are with me. Your rod and staff comfort me. 
You prepared a meal for me in front of my enemies. You welcomed me as an honored guest. My cup is full and spilling over. 
Your goodness and mercy will be with me all my life, and I will live in the LORD’S house a long, long time. 


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