He is the Maker of heaven and earth, the sea, and everything in them— he remains faithful forever. – Psalm 146:6 (Note: There are a lot of photographs at the end of this post. Just scroll through and enjoy the ones that speak to you.) I had two possible directions for today’s post. The beach, or…
the beautiful core of the human experience remains consistent and encouraging...
I am amazed sometimes at the emotional impact a simple photograph can deliver.
Rebekah has been her uncompromisingly bonafide authentic self ever since the day we met.
In trying to redirect (without pretending we didn't lose Scout this week) I'm heading to the archives.
I am determined to move away from clutter and into clarity. God is not honored in my ability to cram in quantity, but in my willingness to step into the Spirit's flow.
So what are the key ingredients to a 2018 that's rich and flavorful? Jesus is the foundational essence. Following Jesus must be our plan. Then it's a matter of building from there, always rooted in Christ, always committed to growing, and learning, and serving in his name.
Sometimes I get that kind of glimpse of God's glory, and it thrills me to the core of who I am.
So please, not trees kicked to the curb quite yet, no nativity back in the box, and for goodness sake let's keep those lights shining brightly. And, for those who tend to put Jesus out with the trash like he's just another disposable ornamentation, how about inviting him into your home to stay? Fact is, that's exactly the reason he came.
Today we'll be resting in God at the beach; we'll be watching the waves crash onto the shore, understanding that the Holy can crash into our lives in the same way