Today they came. Lots of families, lots of people with suits, lots of people with cameras. One came on a bike. I thought that was wise. It was like a nod to help, you know, by keeping down the traffic.
Why did they come? They came to see the dirt shoveled from the ground. They came to pray about a new plan, dedication to God, and growth.
Dirt is a must-have for things to grow. I think that it is needed for almost everything to grow. Today it was not about things like flowers or veggies or new little trees. Today it was about growing God's church. It was about new classrooms to grow the children who will learn here.
Still other seed fell on good soil, where it produced a crop—a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown. Matthew 13:8 NIV
I think I dig dirt. I think I really like it. How about you?
I'm glad you stopped by my blog! A few days ago I blogged about my awesome opp to write tween devos for Zonderkidz. You can read about it here. I'm hoping that you will pray with me about the devos. You can sign up to be a prayer partner on the right. I won't share you contact info. Promise.
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