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Time to Reflect


November 24, 2021


Acts 10:19 (NASB)

19 "While Peter was reflecting on the vision, the Spirit said to him, 'Behold, three men are looking for you.'"


We are all at home resting from this great adventure God sent us on. Now is the time where we each can take the time to reflect on what took place for each one of us in Honduras. Every man was available  to be used by the Father to minister to His children.


I looked up the term "reflection," and I will quote what someone said about it:


"Taking time to reflect means slowing down enough to stop, enjoy the adventure and figure out what is really important to YOU. Learn what you like and dislike. Do something for fun… for you. All of this reflection may actually help you plan for the future…"


There were so many things that took place on this mission trip that it will take time to reflect on it and sort it all out. BUT, for the most part, we were in the divine will of God, and I loved it!


Father, bring each one of us to that place were we can see you more clearly, casting down vain immigrations that would separate us from Your love. Give us dreams snd visions I pray. In Jesus's name,  Amen.


Thank the Lord for all the loved ones that He has given to you.


Blessings on the journey, and remember that the best is yet to come.

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