Thursday, June 11, 2009

Last night, Ann Pittman reminded us that homesickness is not always a bad thing, often painful, but those memories stir in us a reminder of God’s abiding presence in our lives. Joseph may have been homesick for his family back in Canaan but God moved him to Egypt for a greater purpose.

Psalm 72 1-8:
Give the gift of wise rule to the king, O God, the gift of just rule to the crown prince.
May he judge your people rightly,
be honorable to your meek and lowly.
Let the mountains give exuberant witness;
shape the hills with the contours of right living.
Please stand up for the poor,
help the children of the needy,
come down hard on the cruel tyrants.
Outlast the sun, outlive the moon—
age after age after age.
Be rainfall on cut grass,
earth-refreshing rain showers.
Let righteousness burst into blossom
and peace abound until the moon fades to nothing.
Rule from sea to sea,
from the River to the ends of the earth.

Upcoming Midweek Moorings
June 17 - Chile Mission Trip Report
June 24 - Caring for Those in Need led by Doug Keenan


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