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Lenten Journaling in Community- #1

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A prayer for all families
 in transition for the new school year.
 New routines.
 New teachers.
 New students.
 New classrooms.
Old habits.
Old joys
Old blessings.
Old memories.
It really is a mixed pot.
Just don't try to do it all on your own strength.
Got to do some leaning,
 and a whole lot of praying.

"Be strong and of good courage,
be not afraid,
neither be thou dismayed,
for the Lord Thy God is with
thee whithersoever thou goest."
Joshua 1:9
Sometimes it is good to pray 
this the way I learned it growing up.

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