November 23, 2017

Luke 17:11-19

Aware of Jesus’ compassion and power to heal, the lepers shout to him from a distance. Once cured they go off to the high priest for the ritual cleansing that will restore them to the community. Only one, a Samaritan, acknowledges what has been done for him and returns to Jesus to thank him.

I pray for a constant attitude of gratitude from the time I get up in the morning until I go to bed at night. You have done so much for me because you love me. I thank you.

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