Dulles International Airport Chapel and Islam. . . 

I was surprised to see a chapel in an airport.  As I was walking past to grab a bite to eat I looked through the glass doors and saw a Muslim completing his prayers.  No biggie.  I am a prior military member so I am used to sharing chapel space,  deconflicting times for services,  etc. . .   I grabbed some food and came back after eating .  Another man came in after a couple of minutes and also completed his morning prayers to Allah.  

What I find amusing is how the mind works and how many thoughts we can have that are based on a false reality.  I will not tell you my thoughts or my prayers. . . those are for Jesus,  my wife,  and a couple of close friends only.  

But I will tell you that regardless of what I thought or the other men who had stopped to pray this morning thought,  that another man,  a worker at Dulles was at peace enough to find sleep in the chapel in the back corner.  His light snoring against the prayers of myself and these other men was a great juxtaposition for the times.

  You will keep him in perfect peace, Whose mind is stayed on  You, Because he trusts in You.

Isaiah 26:3 NKJV

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One thought on “Dulles International Airport Chapel and Islam. . . 

  1. SANDRA MONTS says:

    Thanks, Grandson love you

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