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Wake: A Track or Path Left

Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.
(Psalm 23:6 KJV)

The psalms are full of prayer language. The last verse of Psalm 23 has been following me around all week, begging to be mentioned today. One time a good friend of mine told me, that if she had two dogs, she would name them “mercy” and “goodness,” then mercy and goodness would be following her wherever she went.
This week as Psalm 23:6 kept hounding me, I wondered how often I leave mercy and goodness behind as I walk out the days of my life. I am not always successful, but God always covers up my tracks with His mercy and goodness. 
How about you?
What are you leaving in your wake?
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7 responses to “Wake: A Track or Path Left”

  1. great question to ponder – thank you!

  2. Thanks for stopping by…God's mercy and goodness are the best!

  3. Oh, I love that. It almost makes me want to get pets, what a great idea and a thought provoking post. Blessings over your Sabbath rest Kel.

  4. Great pondering, Kel. I recently read somewhere the thought that we are being pursued by mercy and goodness… Have a blessed week.

  5. Shelly- Thanks for stopping by…and blessings to your Sabbath as well…

  6. June- I love the idea of being pursued by mercy and goodness…thanks for stopping by

  7. Ah, what a blessing! Thank you for that reminder. Yes, God's mercy and goodness is following us and sustaining us all the days of our lives. Praise God!

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Hi! My name is Kel Rohlf. I am an intuitive mixed-media artist, creative writer and performer. Life is a performance. I often attend.


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