the story of faith is seldom told in test-tube conditions. But we must tell it all the same. We have to be ready.
enjoy these images, and I pray that they will inspire a sense of wonder regarding creation and gratitude to the Creator.
Photos from the woods at our end of the cul-de-sac (plus more and better hummingbird pics)
Ok, by a show of hands, who is really good at being patient? Well, not me, either. But I'm learning. At least I think I am.
Sometimes I get that kind of glimpse of God's glory, and it thrills me to the core of who I am.
Jesus uses the image of these birds as a way to remind his followers not to be intimidated by bullies. There's nothing anyone with world-based power can do that can threaten the soul, he points out. Listen friends, God even cares for these birds - how much more do you think our Creator cares for us?
Regardless of how much more snow falls, it's going to be picture post card beautiful around here when the sun comes out tomorrow.
Rebekah and I will never cease to be amazed - and blessed by - our church family's enormous capacity to love.
Today, following up a couple of deeper reflections, I'm simply going to share some great photographs. One sure sign of winter here is the influx of birds around our feeder; the other is the retreat of our labradoodle to the couch!
(Today's opening image features the morning birds at the Maul-Hall feeder...) Peace be with you, dear brothers and sisters, and may God the Father and the Lord…