Reading: Psalm 105: 1-6, 23-26, 45c (Click to read text)
Reflection: Back to Psalm 105. You may not have noticed but I think this is the 3rd time we have visited this Psalm in the past few weeks. Once again we are giving thanks to the Lord and making known to the nations what he has done.
What changes are the verses we read in the middle of chapter 105. Last time it was a few short verses about Joseph (and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat). This time verses 23-26 recap the story of the Israelites in Egypt and God’s servant Moses. So, if you listened to the Joseph recording, how about now watching the epic movie, The Ten Commandments?
No time for that today? Then back to praising God and simply telling of his wondrous acts in your life. Perhaps not to the level of proclaiming epic wonders to the nations but rather sharing simple “God sightings” or “Grace moments” with a friend over coffee, the clerk in the store, the receptionist at the office. Epic or mundane, make known to those around you what God had done in your life. --Ruth Gates, frequent Camp Mount Luther Family Camper
Closing Prayer: Dear God, we call on your name and thank you for all you have done. Help us to keep your teachings and tell others of your presence and strength. Praise the Lord! Amen.
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