Over time, most couples develop a code language, phrases that someone on the outside of the relationship might not understand, but the couple knows exactly what they mean. In the age of texting, that has become even more pronounced. For example, when my wife texts me “Errands,” I know that she won’t be home for lunch. When I text “Hosp,” it means that I am with a family at the hospital. When either of us texts “headed home” it means, wherever we are, we are on our way home.
In Psalm 119:19-20, the psalmist recognizes something all believers need to know: we are headed home. This Sunday, we will look at the important ramifications of that understanding.
See you Sunday!