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Flawed scarf

Cast your cares on the LORD and He will sustain you; he will never let the righteous be shaken. Psalms 55:22 (GNT)

We have been surrounded by love, prayer and hope. I have been knitting and even completed a scarf. this morning I picked said scarf up and horror of horror I noticed it was unravelling in the middle of the castoff row. What the world?

I don’t know what happened and to say I may have been a little distracted is an understatement. I actually don’t know how to fix it. How appropriate and timely! While it seems that things are literally coming apart at the seams the Master can pick up that piece and mend it. The scarf will be woefully flawed and I accept that it might not be gift worthy, but it was still a labor of love.

Making His praise glorious!

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