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April 30, 2010

Chapter-a-Day Isaiah 32

Long journey. Yes, weep and grieve until the Spirit is poured down on us from above.... Isaiah 32:15a (MSG)

There are no shortcuts through grief. There are only side roads which, deceptively, exit and escape grief's path for a time but which never take you where you need to go.

Grief's road must be fully traversed before the Spirit is poured down from above and a new leg of the journey can begin.

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But you will enjoy a blessed life,
planting well-watered fields and gardens,

We planted our garden last night. There is something therapeutic about digging in the dirt and making sure my yard looks nice. I take pride in that. My farmer father taught me well. It gave me joy last night and helps me feel grateful for what I have been given.

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