December 6, 2017

Matthew 15:29-37

In both miracle accounts—the healing of those with a variety of maladies and the multiplying of the loaves and fish for the hungry crowd—Jesus provides for the physical needs of the people gathered. People are drawn to him because of what they have heard and seen. He reveals the divine but not without compassion and care for his flock.

Lord, you are thoughtful, kind, and compassionate. You care about my every need and attend to it even before I ask for your help and healing.

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