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Devotional - Friday, August 10, 2018 222/143

Today's Scripture: "Wait on the Lord and keep His way, and He shall exalt you to inherit the land; When the wicked are cut off, you shall see it." Ps 37:34

6259. Waiting is good—unless it's procrastination in disguise. JG
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The breadth of the country is 2,555 miles (plus the distance around the city of Memphis). Google Maps won't list it that way, but that's the distance of I40 from the west coast to the east. Environmentalist and politicians couldn't get the job done in 1971, so the issue went to the Supreme Court and I40 was the loser. All that had to be done was relocate the zoo to Shelby Farms which has always been the plan, but people wouldn't have it. So, if your plans include traveling I40 across the country, you will suffer for the indecision of the people of Memphis, Tennessee forty years ago.

Pray it.

Teach me to wait, Lord, but never to procrastinate.


Keywords: Way; Wait; See

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