Just Ask

Daughter, your faith has restored you to health; go in peace, and be free from your complaint

Mark 5:34
Wisdom 1:13-15,2:23-24; Psalm 30:2,4-6,11-13; II Corinthians 8:7,9,13-15; Mark 5:21-43

Once upon a time, a man was told that he had an incurable illness. Naturally, the news filled him with great sadness. Like us all, the man had wonderful hopes and dreams, and now it seemed that they would never come true.

But the man heard reports of a magical wizard who did many wonderful things. So one day, he visited the great wizard. “What is it you want?” asked the wizard? “I have dreamed of a home of my own to live in with many rooms and fine furniture.” “You have but to ask,” said the wizard. With that, he snapped his fingers and there stood a castle, far more beautiful than any he had ever imagined. The man was filled with joy. But then, in time, he remembered the illness, and again his joy turned to sadness. So he returned to the wizard.

“What is it you want of me?” asked the wizard? “I have dreamed of fine, rich and beautiful clothes.” “You…

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