Meditation — April 14, 2018

Posted on Saturday, April 14th, 2018

Scripture: As Jesus went on his way two blind men followed him shouting, “Take pity on us, son of David.” And when Jesus reached the house the blind men cam up to him and he said to them, “Do you believe I can do this?” They said, “Lord, we do.” Then he touched their eyes saying, “According to your faith let it be done to you.” And their sight returned. Then Jesus sternly warned them, “Take care that no one learns about this.” But when they had gone away, they talked about him all over the countryside. Matthew 9:27-31

Prayer: At timed I am one of those blind men and then . . . .the incident yesterday when I was hopelessly lost, rushing to donate clothes to a mission and then continuing on to my next appointment. Praying voicelessly I discovered instead of being miles distant to my goal, I was almost embarrassingly close. It was as if the terrain accommodated to urgency.

Response: Letting go is difficult to learn after a lifetime of clutching close. Spending time in reflection and accepting those occasions when you realize comfort, accommodation, and love almost by chance—not quite—it was through the Lord’s grace and bounty.

Such ingredients of His love are manifest and entwined in your being as if the Master weaver is not quite done with His tapestry—and He isn’t.

Give thanks and awareness of His presence in your life and in the lives of your loved ones. Share His presence with those still clouded in doubt, even on a brilliant morning of His love. Praise God!

All for this morning.

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