Does that smack of nostalgic-remembering that is laced with cynicism, or what?
So, in the middle of a beautiful autumn day, that
I was NOT enjoying,
I found myself catching up on my
Biblical Blog Reading
Have you visited Anna Smit and Debbie Barrow Michael for the series they are sharing as their part of the
because they are sharing the right kind of remembering,
#31Days of Miracles: Who is our God.
This is the kind of remembering that the Psalmist went on
to speak about,
in just the very next passage:
And my own remembering began to change as I listened to what God desires for me to remember:
I will cling to the Greatness of my God,
The ONE who opened up homes for us to live in
when the doors had all been closed,
time after time.
The ONE who sent the anonymous gifts of money
just when the bills were due
time after time.
The ONE who protected my husband
from the angry and hysterical boss
who was threatening jail.
The ONE who sent a permanent job
when the way had been closed
The ONE who healed my daughter’s lazy eye
when the surgeon said
nothing else could be done.
And the ONE who never changes
the ONE who still moves mountains
the ONE who holds my hand.
What are you remembering today?
Are there miracles in your past that you need to cling to?
Or are there if-only’s from your past that you need to let go of?
The ONE who gave you life is
The ONE who stretches out HIS hand
to you today.
This is Day 20 for the #Write31Days Challenge,
and my #31Days of Listening with Chronic Illness.
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