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Monday, April 28, 2008

This past week our family was in “travel mode”. Our son and daughter-in-law were in San Francisco for a few days, our daughter was in Philadelphia visiting friends and my husband and I traveled to Houston to watch our five grandchildren while mommy and daddy were in San Francisco, and our other son and daughter-in-law and my Mom and Dad remained here at home.

As I prayed for safety for everyone, I pictured my family literally scattered from one end of the country to the other, separated by hundreds of miles – so far apart. Yet we were all just as close to the Father as we have always been – as close as a whisper. He is never far from us no matter where we are. Prayer brings us instantly into His presence.

This Thursday we will celebrate the National Day of Prayer. I thought I would share some thoughts on prayer that have been very meaningful to me:

The rest of my Tuesday post is here at the Laced With Grace site. Please meet me there.

  posted at 9:20 PM

At 11:11 AM, Blogger Nancy said...

This is such an appropriate post for the National Day of Prayer! Thanks for sharing and know that you are a blessing to me.

At 5:47 AM, Blogger Sandi said...

What a great reminder when I'm missing family. I may be futher away but is just as close to them watching over them as He is to me.


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