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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Hodge Podge Wednesday

1.What's something you wish you knew how to do, but feel like it's too late to learn? 

So many things...

a. to play the Irish harp.. you know the smaller ones, or the hammered dulcimer

b. to knit well, my knitting is clumsy and very poor

c. be a truly organized person... housewife, etc. 

d. be a competent seamstress... oh, the cute little girls' dresses I would make.... I am going to try to make something for Christmas, but I don't feel very competent.. at all!

2. Your least favorite thing to shop for? Why?

I don't like to buy shoes, although I need some badly.. I had a lovely worn out pair of Clark's that I wore to Ireland and they were looking so scuffed and I needed room in my suitcase so I left them in a hotel In Dublin for the maid...they still a lot of life, but I knew I had a newer pair at home... but they aren't nearly as comfy... and my right foot is a bit damaged from a ruptured plantar plate some years ago.... and shoes have to feel great or I cant wear them..... I have learned to not be vain about my feet.... I had my injury a few months prior to our daughter's wedding and even months following I could only wear a bed room slipper.. so I bought black velvet ones to wear to the wedding. I was determined not to be miserable at the wedding....but it is what it is!

3. How has the celebration of Thanksgiving today changed from when you were growing up?

Goodness, Thanksgiving was truly feast time.... I believe every Thanksgiving we were to grandma's... first mom's parents where there were scads of cousins and aunts and uncles and the kids were relegated to the basement to eat..then we would do to dad's old home place and Grannie would serve up another huge meal..... she always had at least 3 meats and 2 cakes and a pie or two... and all done on a wood cook stove.... loved it all but we were always stuffed to the gills.... but the time my daughter came along these days were past and my mom and dad took their turn at hosting and the foot was plentiful and we developed the tradition of going around the table to tell the things for which we were grateful... I always read a poem from an ideals book. This continued even well past 1997 when my parents moved here to be closer to us... In fact, my mother would not relinquish Christmas or Thanksgiving to me until about 5 years ago.. so I am not a very accomplished turkey chef.... I have learned to love tenderloins and cutlets of turkey.... Now our daughter has moved far away and hubby and I have the tradition now of inviting friends without family in for celebrating the bounty of the season. This year we've already had our special day and I plan to relax on Thursday.... and continue decorating for Christmas...

4. What's something that when other people see it, reminds them of you? Explain.
I suppose they think of me when they think about tea parties.... not that many folks around here love to host them like I do.... I would also say that when they think of things Olde English or Scottish or Irish they will think of me because they know how much I am into that.... my sensibilities are very old fashioned... back to the Olde Country in many instances.... My carols are medieval.... my design style is almost medieval... only as my finances and my Scotch mentality will allow! HEHEHEHE

5. If you could guest star in a TV show, what would it be and why?

I wouldnt mind portraying a long lost love interest to Tom Selleck in Jesse Stone, or to Michael Kitchen in Foyle's War.
6. Have you ever farmed or spent any time on a farm? Are there farm stands in your little corner of the world and do you make it a point to shop there? If so, what item do you particularly like to buy from a roadside stand or farm shop?
My maternal grand parents wre dairy farmers and I spent many weekends and weeks in the summers there until I was about 15 when they retired to moved into a new home over on the main road. Of all my cousins I was probably the most citified of them all...I wasnt exactly comfortable climbing the fences and being chased by bulls... nor side stepping things Id rather not fall into .... but I loved gathering the eggs, and picking apples.... even slopping the pigs was fun!
I live on the edge of town right off the road that goes up into the country where there are many farms. Sometimes in summer they set up roadside stands not too far from our house. I like to get cantalopes, farm fresh tomoatoes, cucumbers and green beans, and country ham.

7. What's something you've experienced recently that made you feel a sense of awe or wonder?
I participated in a 10 day consecutive prayer initiative to pray for revival in our community.... We saw many manifestations of the Holy Spirit through the prayers... it was as if the Spirit was giving each of us a piece of a beautiful tapestry.. as one would pray then another would pray something so similar but it would always build on the original... The Lord was speaking to us all in a unity of thought that was a huge blessing and opened many doors in the spiritual realm... each day brought a different component or area for which to pray but the unity and the things each person brought to the prayer was definitely Spirit led....

8. Insert your own random thought here.
We are having such a grand time this afternoon and evening singing along with our choral cd's learning the music and the words to the songs we will be singing at the Christmas pageant at our church. Hubby sings tenor/baritone and I'm a first soprano!

Monday, November 23, 2015

It's a Red and White Christmas

No Place Like Home

So excited about  Sandi's new   Monday meme.... celebrating    the holidays in style!  Today  was  my day of transition....  time to pack up autumn and   start  the  big plan   for  Christmas!
So  right now.   I  am starting with a clean slate!Looks pretty dull doesn't it....  Well,   as  I am planning   for  the    holiday  festivities  I   have  made the first   great  decision... I have traded in my  black transfer ware  for the red!   HAHAHAHA!   
and  this lovely   English pastoral    by Johnson  Brothers is my  inspiration....    the tea is also putting a smile  on my face and a lilt in my step.....

So now I   will take  a stroll through the past few years  to  glean a few ideas...
Now  this    was  a favorite    from a couple of years ago....
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I love  working plaids  into  every  room!  Must be the Scotch  in me... and I'm not talking the liquid kind!
That year I was  working the fruit theme, at least on the mantel....
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it looked pretty  great  at night  all alight!
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  but all mantels look  wonderful a t night... like the  angel one...
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  I  loved the  dining room,  but alas,   there was no red transfer ware   to be seen...
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I  am loving the   Christmas  village  and  once we cleaned the basement  we found  our    houses! yayayaya
  (My bad)
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 and that year the   fox family and the red transfer ware  found  their home in the dining room!
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But actually I had just started  collecting it back then....
IN 2013  daddy  went to heaven the week before Christmas....  it was a more serious  time... but  still  very  lovely,  because our   precious granddaughter  had recently been born!
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it appears that the   red  transfer ware  will be  something a bit   new and fresh this year!!!

I  am pretty excited about  this   plan for the  2015....  I have this whole week to think about and put it into action!!!!   YAYAYAYA!
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Season of Gratitude Celebrated

For us Thanksgiving has come and gone.....  and it was  a time of   reflection,  grace,   sharing,   and  gratitude  with   not only   some of our  very best friends   but  our whole church fellowship as well.. I almost giddy with it all  so when I  saaw this erse it really  resonated with me
"The morns are meeker than they were,

The nuts are getting brown;
The berry's cheek is plumper,
The rose is out of town. 
The maple wears a gayer scarf,
The field a scarlet gown.
Lest I should be old-fashioned,
I'll put a trinket on." 
- Emily Dickinson
Saturday evening the  table was  bedecked and  ready for our guests.. the candles lit and  the  kitchen  permeated the home with  the  sweet aromas  of    harvest  meals   of the season!

 I even made   two large pitchers of   hubby's favorite   ice tea!!!   Something  I hadnt made in sevearl years!
 The parlor  was  alight   with   the fiery tones of  autumn... ready for some casual    conersation and   warm   friendship!
 I   absolutely love the six  turkey plates I got this season  that  go so well with   my   black  Royal Stafford   transferware!  I am definitely a mix and match gal!
 I decided with this   bunch of   pals   it wa s best to put the guys at one end and the gals at the   other  so we could all  really  chat up a storm  unheededly....  So  I  found some  cute name tags  for each setting...  Of course, I placed the guys at the end nearest the kitchen so   hubby could   play  Carson, the  butler, for the evening!!!!
Looks like the table was ready.....   and 
 the side board was  clear  for  extra  food!
 Now for the food....    I  wrote in a previous post  my menu....  here are the   delicious  turkey cutlets  braised in Madeira  sauce..   the  sauce there on the side!  YUMMYY!!!!Recipes wre previously posted as well!
Hubby  prepared his   delectable  kale  here  dressed with  crumbled   apple  wood  smoked bacon...
Fluffy mashed potatoes.. I did add  a dollop of  sour cream to these  which  made them  rich  and yummy!
                     These   sweet potato  Medallions  were   a hit...     roasted with a  brown sugar and orange glaze.
 My first attempt at a molded  salad....   it almost came out !  hahaha .. but  it was  also  completely  homemade   another  also first attempt!!!  I will never purchase   canned   cranberries again!!!!!
and I really  enjoyed    the green bean casserole...   I believe it was because I  made it in a  flat    quiche dish and everything  was   just the right amount of  bubbly...   YUM! Oh, and I did add  splashes of  worstershire to it...  !
My   brothers and sisters  in Christ...   love them so much!!!!

Then last night our whole church, about  350  people  came out for a   fabulous   Thanksgiving   dinner... the church provided the meats and   the tables were  laden with  family's  specialie of the  season!   WOW!  it was   amazing...  but  the evening began with a time of repentance and then a  glorious  communion service!!  We are so blessed....  let us never forget  that as a nation!And   now... I get to pack  autumn all  away and   start sorting through Christmas !!!!  Yippee!!!!  
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Happy Homemaker Monday

Return to     The Diary of The Stay At Home Mom here!

On the weather front:
This is our  coldest morning of the season.....   looking bright and beautiful,  but   brrrr!!!!

On my bedside table:
My new  Dec-Jan  Scotland  Magazine...
  The front cover   says   10 Best  Nature reserves,   and  the  Aberdeenshire  castle trail   
The Battle Plan for Prayer  by   The Kendrick Brothers
(War Room)

On my TV:
Yesterday  I really enjoyed  Angels and  Ornaments  from  
Hallmark Movies
I will confess for all the years I watched   Days of Our lives.. I have tuned in some   last week  to   see  what they are  doing for their 50ith  anniversary.. They  brought  many of the old    characters back...   like   Bo Brady...   it was very   sad to see him die in  Hope's arms  Friday...  the end of a great  romance  of  daytime  tv.

On the menu for tonight:
 leftovers night!

The week ahead:~
~choir practice for Christmas
~Face time with our kids
~Laundry and cleaning
~  get  booster  pertussis shots
~Take down the   autumn and put up the Christmas!!!!

On my To Do List:

~start packing up   the ton of items  we will
 be  taking  north  this winter
this will be an ongoing  job
~Hair color  Maybe I will really get it done this week....  been  trying to for  a couple  of weeks now! HAHAHAA
~do some Christmas  present ordering online

New Recipe I tried last week:
The Sweet potato recipe is found here!

Looking forward to:

My Christmas decorating...   my  most favorite time of year.... since we celebrated Thanksgiving  last Saturday  it is now  time to   deck the halls!!!!   

 Homemaking Tip for this week:

  Give thanks for  the home....   for  God's provision  in your family and    the peace of God will  abide   with you...!

Favorite photo from last week:
Special, special friends around our   table!!!!

Lesson learned the past few days:

Trust and Obey  for there is no  other way to be  happy in Jesus   than to  trust and obey.....   no truer words were ever sung....  but   we have to do it.... to find  His peace, mercy, and provision!

On my Prayer List:
repentance, thanksgiving,  supplication for:
family,  church, friends,  our city,  our nation,  the division in our nation 
Israel,  or  government

Devotionals, Scripture Reading, Key Verses:

Psalm 16
1 Keep me safe, my God,
for in you I take refuge.
2 I say to the Lord, “You are my Lord;
apart from you I have no good thing.”
3 I say of the holy people who are in the land,
“They are the noble ones in whom is all my delight.”
4 Those who run after other gods will suffer more and more.
I will not pour out libations of blood to such gods
or take up their names on my lips.

5 Lord, you alone are my portion and my cup;
you make my lot secure.
6 The boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places;
surely I have a delightful inheritance.
7 I will praise the Lord, who counsels me;
even at night my heart instructs me.
8 I keep my eyes always on the Lord.
With him at my right hand, I will not be shaken.

9 Therefore my heart is glad and my tongue rejoices;
my body also will rest secure,
10 because you will not abandon me to the realm of the dead,
nor will you let your faithful one see decay.
11 You make known to me the path of life;
you will fill me with joy in your presence,
with eternal pleasures at your right hand.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Friday Fave Five

Joining with  Susanne   today   on  this fun  meme!  
1.  When I was linking up with   Susanne  I chanced to see one of her blessings   from last week... and  I   am so  thrilled that  my dearest hubby is working today   with  our church  to  load up  the   hundreds  of  Operation Christmas Child boxes  and   take them  to the  local  distribution center!
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This is such a  wonderful and precious way to touch a child across the world  with the love and light of Christ!  Each child who receives a box will also  be given     the word in his or her own language and  lessons on the Holy Scriptures...Taking the love of Jesus to one child at a time!
2.  Today was day 9 of 10  consecutive  days of prayer  in the prayer room at our church....  This morning we had our largest group.  12  precious prayer warriors  from several  denominations and across the race divide.  It  was  awesome...  The Spirit   certainly fell on us   as we prayed over our  churches and our city..  God is  building unity among His people. Tomorrow  we are  expecting a   tsunami of   God  to  flow  into and over us.....  each day has been  building   in the intensity of our prayers and  our  sense of His presence! I am just  humbled and honored to  be a part of this glorious move of God.   I pray that every one who reads this post will be  empowered and  inspired to start  a  prayer   group in  their own church or  house group....   Our  communities are  desperate  for   a wave of  the Spirit to  flow across  this land!!!
3.I  was   so blessed this week  when our daughter  told me  on the phone   that  our  wee   beautiful two year old  grand daughter,  Birdie,   was playing  Peep-Eye,    and  rememebered how we ahd played it with her  during facetime  Monday,  and she  cried our'  "Ga Ga,  Ba, Ba,  Peep  Eye! "
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4.  Tomorrow   hubby and I  are delighted to  be  hosting four of  our favorite   friends   from church for  a  harvest dinner...  hubby   decided he would help cook... and he is  making  his     fabulous  kale....  I can hardly wait to  crumble  the  applewood   thick sliced bacon I  bought to  sprinkle over it!  Yum!

 I decided to go ahead  and    make  the  classic  green bean casserole  people expect this time of year, just in case   someone   doesnt like kale,   but I know I will  be  eating!
5.  THis week I have been reintroduced to  my  favorite worship  leader, Terry MacAlmon....    may I introduce him to you.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Harvest Home

Harvest Dinner
Turkey  Cutlets
    with Madeira Gravy
                  Orange Glazed  Sweet Potatoes     
               Mashed Potatoes       Green Bean Casserole    
                 Kale      Cranberry Apricot Sauce 
       Rolls    Iced  Tea  Water
   Pumpkin Pie    Coffee

T hanks for time to be together, turkey, talk, and tangy weather.

H for harvest stored away, home, and hearth, and holiday.

A for autumn's frosty art, and abundance in the heart.

N for neighbors, and November, nice things, new things to remember.

K for kitchen, kettles' croon, kith and kin expected soon.

S for sizzles, sights, and sounds, and something special that about.

That spells THANKS for joy in living and a jolly good Thanksgiving. 
- Aileen Fisher, All in a Word

      So looking forward to  this weekend  when  we  get to share the Lord's bounty with good friends...   That is  what  our   season of Thanksgiving  is now.. sharing     with   our   wonderful church friends or otherwise  folks we know and love who  are  without   family at this time of year.  Now that   my parents   have passed on   to eternity...  (this is my mom's   first Thanksgiving in heaven)   it is  our  great pleasure to  include  others  during this festive and  glorious season of gratitude! 
In a previous  post  I shared that  I love planning   just such events...  I have been perusing  recipes where ever they can be found.  I love  the  idea of  using  single serving  turkey  such as cutlets now  because we  just  cant seem to  enjoy leftovers now that it is just the two of us.So when I found this recipe  in Southern Living, I was   completely   allured  by the idea since  otherwise it is difficult to  make a good homemade gravy...  For this recipe I am using cutlets instead of the tenderloin...... which simply was not  to be found in our area!
I, also, found   the cranberry  mold  recipe   here..  I inherited my mom's mold and   to be honest, Ive never used one...  I know I'm taking a chance on that  but  nothing ventured nothing gained!
The Sweet potato recipe   is found here!
     I am pretty excited about  using my new 
 centerpiece~gilded  antlers...  which  reminds me so much of  my heritage...    my  grand dad was  a hunter,  fisherman,   farmer  who was almost perfectly  self sufficient  on his  dairy farm.  He worked hard, he learned carpentry and  built his  home and   farm buildings,  then he  married  and set about   to  create a  wonderful  family  on his growing farm.. The Lord blessed them  with 6  beautiful  hard working daughters  instead of sons,   but    they made it  through the great depression  with   food to share!  I loved to go fishing with grandpa...  I watched  him  prepare  the  food he  had hunted on his land,  and  I  plucked a chicken or two  myself. I am thankful for this   great  pioneer spirit that  is within me, but also  for the  heritage of  godliness that  my forebears passed down through the family...  I have so much for which to be thankful!  
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Wednesday Hodge Podge

1. What's surprised you most about your life, or about life in general?

I am much stronger and bolder in my spirit and my personality than I ever dreamed I would be as a young woman.

2. Among others, these ten words were added to the Oxford English Dictionary this year...awesomesauce, beer o'clock, brain fart, buttdial, cat cafe(apparently this is a real thing), fatberg (gross-read the definition here), fat shame, hangry, Mx (gender neutral), and skippable.
Your thoughts? In looking over the list, which word do you find most ridiculous? Which word would you never in a million years say out loud? Which word would you be most likely to use in conversation?

I am a bit at a loss for words.... just trying to wrap my mind around these words..I realize the baser self has to be called forth to honestly contemplate the question. Phyiscally, unfortunately, the fatty words hit pretty close to home, so I can a least associate with them, but would never use them. To be perfectly honest in my flesh the one that sort of appeals to me is beer o"clock and only because I do have a Guinness hiding in the back of my fridge.... that I bought right after my trip to Ireland in April. But at least I do know that a Guinness is the most healthy beverage of all beverages... it is full of antioxidants!

3. Do you like gravy? Is there a food you'd rather not eat unless it comes with gravy? Do you make your own or buy the canned or store-made variety? Turkey and gravy, sausage gravy, mashed potatoes and gravy, country ham and red eye gravy, biscuits and chocolate gravy, pot roast and gravy...which on on the list is your favorite?

Being a country southern gal.. I grew up loving gravy.... biscuits and gravy is a delicacy to me..... not red eye so much, but white creamy, sausage gravy! Yum! I am not much on brown gravy either unless it is very savory and rich... My momma made the best chicken gravy, too... which I have never made myself because I cant fry chicken like she did. I realize you have to cook up the giblets, neck and perhaps the back bone of the turkey to make really good gravy... and since I dont buy turkeys... I am a turkey cutlet gal..

( we dont go leftovers!) I have a hard time making great gravy for Thanksgiving . This year I found a yummy Southern Living recipe for madeira marinated turkey tenderloins and then you make a lovely shallot, garlic, wine sauce to serve over the lovely medallions...

4. Do you have a plan? Do you need a plan? Have you ever had a plan fall into a trillion pieces? Explain.

I am a great planner... For me plannning is half the fun and excitement of upcoming doin's...I start planning menus weeks in advance of events... I love planning for Christmas and I love to try to get things accomplished from the planning well in advance so there is ample time to revel in the moments leading up to events. I dont believe plans fall into a trillion pieces, although my plans may not coincide with circumstances so I have learned to be flexible... flexibility is very important!
5. November 19 is National Play Monopoly Day. Do you own the original or some version of the game? Do you enjoy playing Monopoly? How likely is it you'll play a game of Monopoly on November 19th? Ever been to Atlantic City? Ever taken a ride on a railroad? Is parking in your town free? Last thing you took a chance on?

As a child I loved monopoly even though it can be the longest ever board game to play... then as a twenty something on a weeklong vacation in the mountain cabin during a rainy week with our best friends we got into a Monopoly game that turned sour... we were just too daggone competitve and everyone went to bed mad that night and it took a couple of days to get over it..Sort of lost my zeal for the game ever after.
I love train trips... take the train to visit family often.. alas, we have no free parking in our city, and I take a chance a lot in my cooking....Hubby tells me.. now dont try to make something for the dinner party unless it is tried and true... but not me... This madeira turkey is a brand new recipe .. never tried.. but that is what makes it fun... 

6. A song you like that has the word (or some form of the word) thanks in the title, lyrics, or meaning?

"Thanks for the Memory" of Bob Hope fame first came to mind....then of course there is "Give Thanks" "Thank You, Lord" "The Doxology" "10,000 Reasons" Wow the list goes on and on!
7. In keeping with this month's theme of gratitude...what is something you're taking for granted that when you stop and think about it, you're grateful for?

Like our hostess listed... every provision of life that we take for granted... it is all by God's loving hand that we have life and the means to live well...clean water, food on the table, heat in our homes, freedom to attend the church of our choice, access to God's throne room. interestingly most all of these things were bought with a price..... paid mainly by blood ... the Son's and sacrifcie of our founding fathers and the brave fighting men and women who secured our freedom..As we look at world events this Thanksgiving may we truly be thankful. for we never know when or if some of these be taken away. certainty in the physical world is shaking but spiritually we can rise above the seen and trust in the unseen!

8. Insert your own random thought here.

Thank You, Father, that you are still in control, and you are defineitly at work behind the scenes, and you are coming again! Maranatha!

Monday, November 16, 2015

Happy Homemaker Monday

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On the weather front:
Today was a  beautiful  autumn day....  sunny and bright....  hard to know how to dress on days like today.. I have gone  from  cold to   burning up back to  cold then  boiling hot  ....   oh well..  it  is a lovely day anyway! 

On my bedside table:

Jesus Calling,  by Sarah Young
The Battle Plan for Prayer  by   The Kendrick Brothers
(War Room)

On my TV:
I barely turn on tv   unless it is to watch The Property Brothers
 Barefoot Contessa 
Hallmark Movies

On the menu for tonight:
 leftovers night!

The week ahead:~
~choir practice for Christmas
~our Bi-monthly  Christians United to Pray  event
~Lunch with   cousins
~Face time with our kids
~Laundry and cleaning
~  get  booster  pertussis shots
~Senior Adult   Thanksgiving luncheon
  ~Church Thanksgiving pot luck
~Prayer Chapel hour  every day

On my To Do List:

~planning a harvest  dinner  party for  a couple of couples
~start packing up   the ton of items  we will
 be  taking  north  this winter
this will be an ongoing  job
~Hair color
~do some Christmas  present ordering online

New Recipe I tried last week:

 no cooking lately

Looking forward to:

Each day for the last 5 days  plus the coming 5 days  this week  we   been praying for revival to come to our community , just as    Jesus told His   followers to stay and pray until  I send the Comforter... That  was  exactly 10 days....  and our   days of  prayer have been so   wonderful.. god is doing in work in each of us as we  wait.. and  long to hearwhat  he has in store for us...  for these are  certainly  trying days..  Each  new day of prayer  is so   amazing...  the prayers of His children   availeth much!

 Homemaking Tip for this week:

  Give thanks for  the home....   for  God's provision  in your family and    the peace of God will  abide   with you...!

Favorite photo from last week:
I love this fabric I bought to make matching  aprons for my favorite girls....  Something they can enjoy  all winter long!

Lesson learned the past few days:

The  spiritual formation that  comes form  writing scripture   .  I posted last week about  a  writing  scripture challenge    where  you a re given   portions daily to write and mull over as you  write...  I  absolutely love the   habit of   attending to  God's Word daily in this manner...

On my Prayer List:
repentance, thanksgiving,  supplication for:
family,  church, friends,  our city,  our nation,  the division in our nation 
Israel,  or  government

Devotionals, Scripture Reading, Key Verses:

Psalm 85:
You, Lord, showed favor to your land;
you restored the fortunes of Jacob.
2 You forgave the iniquity of your people
and covered all their sins.
3 You set aside all your wrath
and turned from your fierce anger.

4 Restore us again, God our Savior,
and put away your displeasure toward us.
5 Will you be angry with us forever?
Will you prolong your anger through all generations?
6 Will you not revive us again,
that your people may rejoice in you?
7 Show us your unfailing love, Lord,
and grant us your salvation.

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