Mommy and Luke are hard at work.
What a cute worker! Looks like she's more productive than he is.
But he looks pretty happy.
I love those two.
Numbers 10:1-11:23, Mark 14:1-21, Psalm 51:1-19, Proverbs 10:31-32
Notice what happens when the people complain against the Lord. Don't complain against the Lord.
(Also, if you have recently complained against the Lord, stay away from meat for 30 days.)
Isn't it cool how when Jesus plans something, there are people who prepare it so it's all set up when he gets there?
How do these people know? I wonder if they just have it ready and then say okay when the disciples ask them for it. Or if they just get a feeling, "I think I should set up a room for the Passover..." And then Jesus just happens through.
Perhaps you should trust your inner instincts if you're in the donkey colt or Passover upper room businesses.
The Psalmist is totally aware of his sin. Are we?
Our attitude to it before God is what matters.
The proverb today hopes nothing perverse comes out of your mouth. The righteous know what to say to find favor, and the fruit of their tongues are wisdom.
Sounds worth giving up the raunchy talk and fixing my mouth, as well as my heart, on Christ.
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