By June Galle Krehbiel
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The harsh noise seemed to drill into her brain. Then, as suddenly as it started, the rototiller stopped. Mary could hear the birds again. Soon the kittens were back, swatting at her shoestrings. It was easy to read. Mary felt part of the life around her again. Sometimes things that happen in our lives keep us from being close to God. We feel cut off from the beautiful parts of life. We no longer hear the sounds of nature, or enjoy our friends or pets. When that happens, we need a Joshua to tell us to ignore the things that harm our relationship with God.
Look around you. What has changed where you live? Change is normal. We grow and mature. Accidents happen, and people die. Over time, even rocks and concrete change. Is there anything that doesn't change? Psalm 102 tells us God stays the same. God is God, now and forever. We are like clothing that changes with time, but God is like a garment that never wears out. Prayer: We praise you, God, because you are forever and ever and ever. Amen. Clincher: Jesus, Rock of ages, let me hide myself in thee.
Here, let me take your coats. I was worried about you. I was afraid you got lost. You must be tired. Let me show you where you'll sleep. " In any part of the world, a comfortable bed and a tasty meal are welcome to a tired traveler. Like the family in Shunem, who welcomed Elisha, many Christians serve God by taking in guests. " There are different ways to show hospitality in different places. In villages in India, any visitor is expected to drink a cup of hot tea. The visitor stays at least as long as it takes to prepare the tea, serve it, and drink itenough time for the guest and the host to talk.
101 Devotionals with Children by June Galle Krehbiel