On the Road to Emmaus

Apr 29, 2024 | Blog

Road To Emmaus By Daniel Bonnell

The story of the disciples’ encounter with Jesus is a profound reminder that sometimes, it is in the breaking of bread and the sharing of our stories that our eyes are truly opened.

At Living Waters Therapy, we understand that each person’s journey is unique, yet we all seek that moment of recognition, where what was once hidden becomes clear, and our hearts are touched by the divine presence in
our midst.

As we reflect on the passage from Luke 24:35-48, let us remember:

The road may be long, and our hearts heavy,
But in our midst walks a presence unseen.
In shared meals and open hearts,
In the breaking of bread, we glean.

For it is written, the Christ would suffer,
And on the third day, He rose anew.
So in our journey, let us embrace,
The love and healing that renews.

At Living Waters, we journey together,
Through therapy, support, and care.
With every step on this path we take,
We find peace, solace, and a listening ear. 

So come, let us walk this road together,
With eyes open and hearts set free.
For in our fellowship and faith,
We find our strength and the key.

May the story of Emmaus guide us,
And in our moments of breaking bread,
May we see the face of Jesus,
And by His love, be led.

May this message resonate with you, bringing comfort and hope as you navigate through life’s complexities, knowing that Living Waters Therapy is here to support you on your journey to healing and wholeness. Peace be with you.

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