Acts 2:1-11; Psalms 104:1,24,29,30,31,34; I Corinthians 12:3-7,12-13; John 20:19-23
George and Marjorie were given a thirty-fifth wedding anniversary party. During the celebration, George was asked to share some of his thoughts about the long-lasting marriage. He began by going back thirty years to the night when, during a severe thunderstorm, Marjorie was tucking their little boy into bed …
“As Marjorie was about to turn off the bedroom light,” our little boy asked tearfully, ‘Mommy, will you please stay with me all night?’ Smiling, Marjorie gave him a big hug. Then she said, ‘I can’t stay. I have to stay in daddy’s room.’ There was a pause, then a shaky little voice answered, ‘The big baby.'”
Another young lad, fearful of lightening, refused to go to bed during a big storm outside. His mother said, “There is nothing to be afraid of. God will take care of you.” The boy replied, “I know. But He can take care of us better if we’re all together than if He has to keep running up to…
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