It’s not easy to shake the dust off when your feet are wet.

IMG_2111Reading “The Peace maker” and “Resolving Everyday Conflict” -Ken Sande Reminding me, sometimes you must shake the dust off and keep on keeping on.

Because you're worth it and so am I

Matthew 10:14- If anyone will not welcome you or listen to your words, leave that home or town and shake the dust off your feet.

Recently, I have been meditating on this verse. Why is it that for me my feet always seem to be wet when I am trying to shake the dust off? You know, like when you go to the beach and your feet are in the salt water then you walk in the sand…hard to shake off. You can shake off the loose sand, but you must find more water to really clean your feet. Sometimes it does not seem like it’s worth getting your feet wet in the first place.

Our bare feet touch the sand and sometimes it can be hot and burning. We put our feet in the salt water and our feet are healed and cleansed. Then we are in the sand…

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