May your wanderings this weekend, lead you into quiet places of rest and renewal. May you pull the cover of grace up over your head and burrow in. Spring is coming–
I read so many amazing things this week, here are just a few that I thought you might find enjoyable:
This post, from Rebecca Reynolds, shared at Story Warren. Here is a brief excerpt:
The Grand Artist danced glory through the firmament. He established rhythms of science and beauty; then He bestowed upon you also some small bit of His ability to separate land from sea, light from darkness, to organize gardens and medicines, and to grow up food for a world that hungers.
Honestly, this post is one of the most beautiful things I have read in some time. I am a new fan of Rebecca’s writing, and thanking God for my friend Kimberly, whose tweet about this post led me to discover such a rich feast of words and spirit.
My Sabbath sister, Shelly spoke beautiful truth this week about the beauty of being invisible. This post resonated with me on so many levels.
There is a tendency to think that when you feel invisible it means you’re not valuable.
Go on and read the whole post. It’s a good one.
My friend, Duane tells powerful stories, and this one?–it’s sticking with me this week.
His mother enters the room and she walks quietly, fatigue written over her face so I stay silent. Sitting, she sighs, closes her eyes, and begins to rock back and forth… back and forth… and I wonder if she’s praying.
Kidney failure. Transplant. Chances aren’t good. You should prepare yourself…
Words no mother should have to hear.
You have to read the whole thing. There’s gospel truth pooling all around the edges of these words.
I love this song. Have you heard it? It’s one of my favorites:
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