The Lord Looks Out For His Children

We went to get our haircuts. We have been going to this woman, Patti Murphy, for almost nineteen years. She does a good job, but I always wonder if it is expensive. She charges $55 for the both of us. Then, we went to Taco Mesa for dinner. The food was very good, but the wait was pretty long for our food, probably close to 20 minutes. Then we came home.

I find it amazing how the Lord has looked out for me all of the years. While I was on my own, before I joined the LDS Church, I was not the perfect person. I am still not, but I made some pretty bad mistakes, and I am still alive. I thought about this after reading, in Mosiah 22, how the Nephites were able to escape captivity. The Lord looked out for them too.

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