I believe, Lord, that you love to bless, comfort, and give.
Your word is my delight, your truth my inspiration.
You lift my soul beyond those things that would pull me down when I come into your presence in prayer.
Your Holy Spirit is there to fill me with the character of your own goodness and to fill me with joy.
I believe, Lord, that your people are there to help me grow stronger as one of your children.
You have given me friends to strengthen my relationship with you.
I believe, Lord, that as I seek you I find you.
You will always show me the way that is good for my life.
You will lead me along the right way and I know that you always love me.
You pour your love into my heart so that I praise you because of your faithfulness; my innermost being says ‘Thank you.’
Through the cross of Christ I have been brought back to you: how I praise you!
Through the cross my life is transformed.
For Jesus Christ’s resurrection and for my new life I praise you.
~Gospel Light Publications 1985
And happy are your eyes, because they see! Matthew 13:16
The LORD opens the eyes of the blind. Psalm 146:8
I know I belong to Jesus because I see Him everywhere. I don’t just see Him in the Bible or in Church….I see Him constantly in my every day life. I see Him in my children, in my siblings. My husband. I see him in the secular podcasts I love to listen to. I see Him in the way He guides everyone’s life. In the stories people tell. I see him in movies, in books, in school, in the library, and online.
He isn’t always obvious, and that’s the joy of finding Him.
And you will seek Me and find Me, when you search for Me with all your heart. Jeremiah 29:13
how sweet the sound
I once was lost, but now am found, was blind but now I see.
I love that I can be HANDS OFF with my life, how freeing this is, how comforting.
I’m walking through the years with my eyes wide open.
And each little gift causes my heart to say “thank you, I know that was you, God.”
We had a snowy day yesterday and I kept an eye on this Cardinal. It was sitting in the bushes for hours watching and waiting out the storm. I was busy in the house but looked out the window periodically to look at it. And then, it was gone and I missed it.
We did some reading; my book is on the pillow next to Dave; All the Light We Cannot See.
Grace was reading a favorite of hers for about the fifth time. The Likeness by Tana French
For lunch we had little fish sandwiches on potato buns with tarter sauce.
Dave had five.
Rich has a bulging disc in his neck and has to have a shot in it next month to relieve the pain. However, after spending a relaxing day at home he felt better than he has in a long time. It was good to see him take a nap on the couch with us.
He took a few calls for work and after the snow stopped he went outside and plowed the driveways.
Of all the places to take a nap!
Little Junco on Caleb’s bike which was on the porch to protect it from the snow.
But snow got everywhere yesterday.
Juncos are quite cute; it’s feathers are ruffled from the wind.
There is a bowl of sunflower seed under all that silly soft stuff.
We watched one of my favorite movies; Babe. I study every scene of the house and barn.
And then it was time to go outside.
If I had words
To make a day for you
I sing you a morning golden and new
I would make this day
Last for all time
Give you a night
Deep in moonshine
If I had words
To make a day for you
Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts, and of course you awesome photos. And oh my, Ms. California here sees a lot of work in shoveling out that car!