Just a thought, then a pondering, more reflection, and a prayer became a poem, “Yesteryear Becoming New Year.” Happy New Year, From my heart to yours ?? —-> ?? Deborah Yesteryear Becoming New Year ‘Tis a day a new day like a day. Yesteryear turns over emptying into another year stretching forth reaching all the way…
You say be still; I will. Oh, I want to be with You, here, before the day begins. It is already percolating. Excitement brews; a car drives by. The sun reaches into the house, tantalizing my eyes, draping across the Angel, next to baby Jesus in the manager. What are the odds that this is…
Kimberly’s story is a Beauty from Ashes story where we first-hand watch God transform her life. We learn from Kimberly’s story that God’s promise of Beauty from Ashes is for all of us. God showed her the vision of a path in the Blue Ridge Mountains that was a way back to herself. Only it wasn’t her old self but a renewed self that only God could orchestrate.
On Day 6 of the April 30 Days of Poetry Challenge, I am asked to write a poem with my childhood self as the narrator. Day 6 is “Oh, Easter Sunday, What A Day” 30 Days of Poetry Challenge is hosted by The Second Cup. Oh, Easter Sunday, What A Day Easter Sunday early morning,…
Who could I write an ode to but Jesus on this Holy Week? “An Ode to Love.”
“Blue Skies, Eyes, and More”
As we begin Holy Week bask in the Holy Love of Jesus. Here is day 3 of April’s 30 days of poetry challenge: a Haiku.
Although time can stand still or stretch – time in God’s timing is all we need to refresh and bring us peace.
When April showers bring flowers, tears, and hope, we can count on Jesus to be with us every step of the way.
Nothing can keep Spring from bursting forth. Spring is here – looking toward the cross we see our Savior is still risen.