• Morgan Pratt

Thanks for Your Hospitality

There was a sweet note written on a paper napkin: “Thanks for your hospitality.” A napkin was somehow appropriate because my wife is a great cook. Perhaps we should all take that up as a reminder of the literal and figurative daily bread that we might otherwise take for granted.


Our guest didn’t have a chance to say “Goodbye” because we had to leave for a meeting.


She was thankful that she had delicious meals, a comfy bed and fellowship.


That’s an exacting summary of the provision of God during our time on earth.


It makes one muse, “If my life was a thank-you note, what kind of card would I leave behind for the graces of daily bread, a bed and the relationships God provided?”


PORTAL TO HEAVEN: Like a curtain call, will our final goodbye be an obvious bow to The Audience of One?


What shall I render to the Lord for all His benefits toward me?…Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good, for His lovingkindness is everlasting.

Psalm 116:12 NASB, Psalm 136:1 NASB

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