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God and the Waves

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God and the waves Terrifying. Soothing. Predictable patterns within incredible unpredictability. Each wave different, unique. Each move of God different, unique. Crashing waves roll in, never ceasing. Listen for the pounding presence A whisper, a roar Overwhelming and powerful. The awing invitation Filled with life and deep things unknown Draws me to put toes in…(Read More)

Living the Seasons

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I am the Autumn The leaves, some red, some gold Others fallen and brown Those reminiscent of times gone Lessons learned And fruit grown from a life well-lived Now for others to glean, to be nourished The wind blows and scatters what I’ve grown, No longer to my benefit, but to nameless others…(Read More)

“Enough”

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There is a cup called “Enough” And I pour myself all in… All my abilities and dreams All that I am and all that I have But it’s sorely short of filling this cup It’s just. not. enough.   Until He pours His plenty into my not enough And suddenly my sorely lacking…(Read More)

Surrender All To Me

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Today’s post is by Summer Hoover, a guest contributor and dear friend, full of wisdom.  This particular poem has touched me deeply and challenged me to closely examine what I may be holding onto that needs to be released to God.  I know it will bless you today!     After a lifetime of living…(Read More)

The Stillness Grey

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Fallen leaves embrace dark corners outside the ground floor. Pushed aside, off the trail; product of a few, fenced trees. They are left to be forgotten amidst a concrete and civilized world Until carried away by the promised rain. Layers of dust removed; purity replaces former adulteration Penetrating even the most shadowed spaces, As living…(Read More)