King Herod felt a threat, and soon the land would be filled with weeping, but God made a way and a place for Mary, Joseph, and the infant Jesus.
As a caregiver, you can feel pretty surrounded as well. There's the illness, of course...and the side-effects of medications...and the well-meaning people who manage to say the very wrong thing.
Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. (Ps. 23:5 KJV)
The table contains your manna, the strength to get through each day, continually refreshed but impossible to hoard, because you're not supposed to look too far down the road.
And the anointing is your duty.
Music from Third Day, with Cry Out To Jesus.
Today's keyword for Advent-Photo-A-Day is presence.
Previous posts in this series are
December 3 - The Meaning Of Christmas
December 4 - A Caregiving Home
December 5 - Caregiver, Please Wait For Me
December 6 - A Caregiver's Vision
December 7 - A Caregiver's Magnificat
December 8 - A Caregiver's Renewal
December 9 - Caregiver, What Is Justice?
December 10 - Caregiver, Find A Moment's Peace
December 11 - A Caregiver Needs Moments Of Silence
Please pardon my slow response to comments. I'm doing my best, and your comments are really precious to me.
I'm really not doing well at all.
Thanks to Carol Ashby, Blessed Are The Pure Of Heart is back on Kindle, and will be available in paperback in a few days!
Friends are everything. I couldn't have done it.
Marley update... been moved to a sanctuary, and Bay County will revise their 'dangerous dog' codes.
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Below are my recent releases on Kindle -please excuse their presence in the body of the blog. I haven't the energy to get them up as 'buttons' in the sidebar. You can click on the covers to go to the Amazon links.