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“I pray God will bless you and your loved ones today.” <>< Dona (03/14/20)
This is one of those weeks when the passages I read didn’t suggest any craft ideas. That doesn’t mean I don’t have something for you to do though. As I looked back over Deuteronomy 7 through 19 I found the word ‘give’ used at least 25 times. So this week I have a challenge for you.
Something to think about
MAKE A LIST OF THINGS YOU’VE RECEIVED/PURCHASED THIS PAST WEEK
Tangible items: car, house, clothes, food, books, décor items, money.
Intangibles you might have experienced or acquired: a new ability, energy, love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.
I know there are other things so don’t be limited by my list.
Something to experience
Now look around you. Is there anything you could give to someone? It doesn’t have to be from what you just acquired this week. It can be anything that is yours. Think about it. Then go bless someone.
I just heard a great suggestion for giving. Because of the Coronavirus, visits to nursing homes are being discouraged. So why not write letters to nursing home residents? Send them a poem or a card or a note. A great gift of your time and energy.
A gift from me to you