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Mar 23

Good morning, Father!
Thank you for the lovely walk with a friend yesterday, and perhaps one again today. Thank you for the perfect weather, like a Michigan early summer day in March! I do not know what your timeframe for me will be, Lord, but I truly miss my home state, especially the change of seasons from Mid-March to Mid-June, and again in September and October. I pray that you bless my efforts and my income, so that I may be able to afford reliable transportation to travel about the country, and not get stuck in one state for too long. THANK YOU for the progress I’ve been making on FranLaff.com — FINALLY getting enough of the backend prep work done that I can start migrating some content over from Creator’s Heart and Gallery of Crosses. I feel encouraged, if still a bit overwhelmed at times, and still too often frustrated with the learning curve, not being familiar with all the details of working with Elementor, Pods, and other tools. Please continue to guide me, Lord… and help me to get better at pulling away to take breaks that restore my mind, not just exercise my body. Thank you, faithful Shepherd!

 
Hebrews 4:8-13 ERV

We know that Joshua did not lead the people into the place of rest that God promised. We know this because God spoke later about another day for rest. 
This shows that the seventh-day rest for God’s people is still to come. 
God rested after he finished his work. So everyone who enters God’s place of rest will also have rest from their own work just as God did. 
So let us try as hard as we can to enter God’s place of rest. We must try hard so that none of us will be lost by following the example of those who refused to obey God. 
God’s word is alive and working. It is sharper than the sharpest sword and cuts all the way into us. It cuts deep to the place where the soul and the spirit are joined. God’s word cuts to the center of our joints and our bones. It judges the thoughts and feelings in our hearts. 
Nothing in all the world can be hidden from God. He can clearly see all things. Everything is open before him. And to him we must explain the way we have lived. 

 

 

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