Just Imagine

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It’s been a difficult and challenging week. I just now got around to replying to the awesome comments on my last post. Thank you all so much for taking the time to read and share my writing ministry. I have always believed that comments “complete” my posts in such wonderful ways and I remain committed to always answer each one. Humbled and thankful by you and for you.

Recently, my readership has expanded. I’m not one to look at blog stats often…have always felt if what I write touches one heart, a blessing was created. Not sure why there seems to be a “jump” in new readers but I thank you. Thank you for being here and sharing this site as we continue to discover and share God’s love and grace.

Mid-day today, I almost left work. I felt sick. I was tempted to go home. And what would I do there? I would feel sick. I talked with God mid-day and always try to start my day with a prayer asking God that my work glorify Him. Was I so sick that I really I had to go home? Nope. I worked to the end of my shift…I think that glorified God…not giving in…not giving up.  God doesn’t give up on us.

Now at home, I’ve been talking about God about guiding me to a scripture to share this evening and listening to music. Playing now, a song from the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles.

Praise the Lord, O my soul. O Lord my God, you are very great; you are cloaked with splendor and majesty. He wraps himself in light as with a garment; he stretches out the heavens like a tent and he lays the beams of his upper chambers on their waters. He makes the clouds his chariot and rides on the wings of the wind.”

– Psalm 104: 1-3

Blessings for your evening. Walk outside with me and look at the heavens stretched out like a tent by our mystical and miraculous God.

10 comments on “Just Imagine

  1. Judy L Perez says:

    There are time when your posts give me a particular boost or a needed word. I’m sure I’m not the only one.
    Sometimes we entertain angels unaware.
    Have a restful weekend and get out and dig in some dirt. So good for the soul.

    • “We entertain angels unaware”….I can hear Dan reciting that in one of his poems. Thank you for your wishes for a restful weekend…not sure about the “get out and dig in some dirt” but I know for sure the little brown dog would love it. Maybe a trip to the big box garden center! Thank you for sharing your gifts as we continue to discover God’s grace!

  2. It’s amazing how a little talk with Jesus makes everything better. You, my friend, know where your help comes from…praying that your sick feeling is temporary and that you will be restored to good health.

    • Thank you for being here with us, Michelle. I enjoy your blog! I sometimes forget to just stop what I’m doing and talk with Jesus. It’s seems like such a simple thing to do….yet, some days, I just get caught up in what is less important.

  3. Cari says:

    Great message today.
    Thank you

  4. dtwrites77 says:

    Well, we thank YOU brother. Your blog continues to excel and the feedback is outstanding.

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