Sanctuary

Psalm 73:16,17 ‘When I tried to understand all of this it was oppressive to me till I entered the sanctuary of God’

You may feel the oppressiveness of this world, perhaps you feel a tightness in your chest, maybe even a shortness of breath, a closing in around you, if a serious health condition there are doctors who can attend, but what if it relates to how you see and feel this world. In the sanctuary of God there is clear and fresh air, a place to think, great counsel and it exists right here and now….it is called time with God. Our great and wonderful Father is sitting quietly waiting for you to enter his palace of peace. Take that step of purpose up to the palace, knock on the doors in prayer, enter the through the doors of wisdom, let faith be your companion. Bless you.

Prayer. Holy Father and King, how mighty you are. Please reconcile and restore Lambert and Ida, please assist Menda, Peter, Leigh and Alec to find employment. Please assist Kevin with business. Please heal and restore Sunay, Caitlin, Rotraut, baby Mathew, Wally, Jimmy, Ralph, Mark, baby Daniella, Barbara, Vianna, Austen, Keith, Sheila, Johan, Marius, Rose, Lesley, Jimmy, Joanne, Branda, Roger, Don, Petra, Racheal, Pauline, Billy, Bernadette, Jenny, Sarah, Stacey, Paul, Maria, Jill, Teena, Debra, Trish, Michelle, Pedro, Charlotte, Chad, Anton, Mary, Nicky, Lidia, Tony, baby Mia, Kathy, Michael, Brandon, Mark. Amen.

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