This was my post for Thanksgiving this year, and grateful every day. As Ann Voskamp writes: “eucharisteo precedes the miracle.”
“Little nails and a steady hammer can rebuild a life –eucharisteoprecedes the miracle.”
Selections from One Thousand Gifts
by Ann Voskamp – Page 31.
2012, Zondervan; author copyright.
I remembered the quote today and had not looked at this book for awhile. The “Interior photography” is also by Ann Voskamp.
In April 2013 I wrote, The goal is to always find something to praise – however tiny. It’s interesting as I type this, I recall such vivid images of beauty outside the windows during difficult days. I didn’t think of myself as having that visual sense before. Now it is appearing in my poetry, as a natural part of life.
These are photos from my 2016 archives.
Lake Michigan – November 2016
Begonia planter – November 2016
Poinsettia – December 2016
Snow on the blue tarp for Karl’s trailer – December 2016
Thank you for all your inspiration…
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in my heart
too small for God
Ellen Grace Olinger
Yesterday, as I was reading The Psalms, I especially noted the word lovingkindness. This morning I looked up a few examples of verses.
How excellent is thy lovingkindness, O God!
therefore the children of men put their trust
under the shadow of thy wings.
Psalm 36: 7 (KJV)
Withhold not thou thy tender mercies from me, O Lord:
let thy lovingkindness and thy truth continually preserve me.
Psalm 40: 11 (KJV)
Yet the Lord will command
his lovingkindness in the daytime,
and in the night his song shall be with me,
and my prayer unto the God of my life.
Psalm 42: 8 (KJV)
Orange and Pink Roses are by Ida Waugh, and courtesy of Reusable Art.