April 13, 2019: Isaiah 1-4.
She wondered about his legs. After all, the man is almost 6′ 3″ and there’s not a lot of leg room in a passenger van.
She wondered about the long drive. They weren’t 20 anymore. The bathroom stops came more often. There would only be one stop on this trip.
But he was excited. He gave her a peck on the lips and grabbed his duffel bag. She backed out of the parking space and headed to the library. She got a couple of movies and a pile of books.
She spent the time he was away shopping in three towns. She found a new boutique in one town. And promised herself she would return to the antique shop in another.
She wondered why he didn’t call when he said they would return. He called an hour and a half later. They stopped to eat. It would be another hour.
When she finally picked him up, he was in a talkative mood.
“I didn’t have to buy supper!”
“Who bought it?”
“The Senior Pastor.”
“Did he buy everyone’s supper?”
“No, just mine because I rode in the back of the van both times. I was alone on the way home. I worked on the words for those 2 new songs I am learning for Easter services.”
Isaiah 3:10, “Reassure the righteous that their good living will pay off.” The Message
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