This invite has been designed to bring healing balm* to your wounds on Thursday night as well as to provide a safe haven on another night of the weekend, Friday, Saturday or Sunday, to provide a pleasant atmosphere for much needed conversations and sharing that sometimes there just isn’t enough time for on a Thursday night! It is important to see the video, share thoughts and experiences, get encouragement, and touch base with the comfort that the Lord has provided in His Letter to us that is written out in your private study books and you don’t even have to look up anymore!
Any DivorceCare group personality may step up to the server and extend an invite to the other members (followers & bloggers) an invite spontaneously, to those interested in a night of togetherness and sharing, tears and blessings. I will leave a key for that person to maintain responsibility, if we are going to be out. Just clue me in. cell: 610-334-6946 or house 610-326-6729
* A balm is an aromatic, medicinal substance derived from plants. Gilead was an area east of the Jordan River, well known for its spices and ointments. The “balm of Gilead” was, therefore, a high-quality ointment with healing properties. The balm was made from resin taken from a flowering plant in the Middle East, although the exact species is unknown. It was also called the “balsam of Mecca.” Myrrh is taken from a similar plant—Commiphora myrrha.The Bible uses the term “balm of Gilead” metaphorically as an example of something with healing or soothing powers.