I emerged energized. Ready to face the day. And found myself face to face with Jezer, who was just about to enter on an assignment to roust me out.
It was so long past daybreak that they feared there might be something wrong.
I sheepishly admitted to long stretches of slumber, alternating with short bursts of prayer.
Elijah was pleased. He pronounced me ready mentally and spiritually and told me to prepare to leave.
In short order, I was at his side. We made the rounds bidding our people goodbye and encouraging them with the promise that we all soon will be together again. With added brothers and sisters.
And they in turn wished us Godspeed and a speedier return.