Hallowed be Your name, oh Lord. Let Your will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.
We’re on the brink of a loaded November, and only You know what will come.
I know it will cause us all to need You just as much as we always have. Please bring us humility from Your heart and wisdom from Your storehouses.
We ask You, like the psalmist did, “Do not grant, Lord, the desires of the wicked; Do not bring about his evil planning, so that they are not exalted.” (Psalm 140:8)
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Once upon a time in a faraway land. . . you know the drill. All started out beautifully, but somewhere a shift occurs. The hero or heroine meets their downfall. Orphaned. Framed. Lied about by enemies and antagonized by impossible odds. At the very least, there are loads of chores.
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The church sings and reads of lovingkindness often. Have we perhaps become immune to what it means, or can we fully realize why Scripture declares it’s better than life itself?
Lovingkindness is a unique term. I’ve never heard friends say to one another, “You have so much lovingkindness.”
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My steaming mug of London Fog reminds me of how murky today feels.
In the valley, the skies are smoky from wildfires miles away; I can’t see the nearby mountains.
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Plunging into a gold mine and scaling Pikes Peak — were just two of the adventures at our family reunion in Colorado two years ago. My uncle booked the same camp for our 2020 reunion because we loved the area so much.
But I only had to read a handful of missionary prayer letters to know 2020 plans were seismically shifting to the ends of the earth. So it wasn’t a huge shock when our camp location had to change last minute.
The reunion was moved to … “no place like home” … Kansas.
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