Seeing is Not Always Believing

pinkboots

Pink in Fall?
Doesn’t look like the coming winter at all
Chirps not from birds
But from squirrels

squirreltree
Calling their young
To bond
In the nest
Of leaf mess
Not designed to be best

Homes, where we go lest
We anger … hunger for people

homeold
To receive and believe
We meant no harm
That flesh fires off
A greedy alarm

boyhome
To be silenced by His Spirit
To be cradled in His arms

threecrosses

For we are many
Who want to love perfectly
Never failing
Never engraving pain
Remaining in others

painstain
Truth hurts
Reveals blurts and blunders
Always without falter
Kneel under His umbrella
Seek with our faces
Receive His rejuvenating graces

hopereceived

Jesus is grace in full, the only man who never sinned, the most perfect sacrificial love, the most powerful. Jesus is our Truth in Love and Grace in power. Dont wait. This is the hour to ask Him in, to cleanse your sin, to hold your pain, to heal your broken.

As you do not know the path of the wind, or how the body is formed in a mother’s womb, so you cannot understand the work of God, the Maker of all things (Ecclesiastes 11:5).

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Good day! I appreciate all of you here. My passion for sharing Christ fuels my poetry. For if it weren’t for Jesus, I may not be writing to you today.

All photos are from Pixabay in this post.

Join me tomorrow for #MeditationMonday #vlog. https://Facebook.com/jdibble4Him

I have been spending time on Instagram. To connect with me, https://Instagram.com/@jayjule03

Have a blessed Sunday.

In Christ,

Julie

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