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  1. What a great series, and I’m also reading Liz Curtis Higgs’s The Women of Easter. So thrilling to see that God did not leave women out of the narrative arc of The Greatest Story.

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      I haven’t read that book by Liz. I had the privilege of getting to know Liz as she came and spoke at our writer’s retreat in New England. I had to pick her up from the airport and take her to the hotel. I got lost even though I used a GPS! She was very gracious!

  2. I love that Capernaeum means home of the comforter, I want my heart to be just that.

  3. How fun to see your pictures and read all the details of daily life. I’m grateful God is with us in such a daily way.

  4. Thanks, Rachel! As I read this, I thought, what an example for us to follow. Jesus sought people out yet still cherished time alone with His father regularly. A good reminder for me. Thanks for sharing!

  5. I like this tweet able saying today …that Jesus came to be part of a community. I struggle with that sometimes. Life can be tough to balance, and I don’t always take enough time to spend with my two elderly neighbors, let along all of the other people God has placed around me. But, what am I busy doing? Isn’t community the point …
    Happy Tuesday, from the #RaRaLinkup!
    Megs

    1. Author

      Good thoughts to have about being like Jesus to your neighbors and the other people in your life. Hope you are able to find the balance. It is hard, because we’re all so busy.

  6. I wish I remembered with every breath I take that Jesus wants to be part of everything in my life. I don’t consult Him near as much as I need to!

  7. Oh, how cool to have visited Capernaum and to walk where Jesus walked! It really brings the Bible to life, doesn’t it? As an introvert, I tend to enjoy the fringes of community–but I know that Jesus both spent time in community AND he withdrew to lonely places.

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      The best of both, Anita, some time in community and some time in lonely places with His Father.

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