These rows whisper hope to me, planted by a farmer who has faith that God will make his crop grow. I see little hints of green poking up defiantly through the rocky soil, stretching towards the sun, showing hints of life where it once appeared dead.
Learning to look through the trees to see the bridge that is available in many situations. I was talking to another sub this week, she mentioned how when a kid is behaving in a certain way, instead of seeing it as begging for attention, to accept it as an invitation to build a bridge to … Continue reading Practicing Resurrection Day 42
Today I needed some seasonal beauty and I needed rest, so I stopped at a local farm stand and purchased some beauty. This was good for my soul.
I went chasing the sunset this evening. Found much beauty and was reminded of this truth I read earlier from A.W. Tozer: The whole outlook of mankind might be changed if we could all believe that we dwell under a friendly sky and that the God of heaven, though exalted in power and majesty, is … Continue reading Practicing Resurrection Day 40
Today the rain is a welcome comfort. It allows me to stay quiet and small after a day full of peeks into people's hearts and seeing deep hurts. The rain encourages me to be still and remember He is God and that He is writing these stories. The rain reminds me that God is good … Continue reading Practicing Resurrection Day 39
Wishing there was a scratch and sniff filter for this one. These flowers are so wonderfully fragrant. Everywhere I go I catch a hint of them.
“Only hour by hour gratitude is strong enough to overcome all temptations to resentment.” ― Richard Rohr Practicing gratitude helps me stay on the tracks of abundant life. When I forget to look for God's fingerprints and gifts I lose sight and tend to jump the tracks. It usually takes me a bit before realize … Continue reading Practicing Resurrection Day 37