I try to remember this one when I’m feeling blown to bits by bad weather!
On only read this post after writing my most recent (10th) If you read it you will truly realise how relevant and wonderful this particular quote it to me now. Thank you very much 🙂
I just read it – I’m so sorry. Of course I left you a big ol’ comment (after writing on monday about shutting my mouth in these situations), but I guess I can’t come and sit with you when you’re across the ocean from me 😦 I’m glad you got at least a little comfort from the quote. I find that God sends me messages when I need them.
🙂 You shouldn’t shut your mouth on anything, I appreciate and love all your comments. Awfully glad I know you! (ish? WordPress isn’t really the greatest way to get to know somebody, but there we go…) God has been saying a lot of things to me lately, and the biggest is that when the world crumbles around me, I will only find strength in Him. God is my rock 😉
I should put a like button on the comments! And what a rock, right?
We are so blessed with even the air we breathe, and to have God who loves us despite our gazillion flaws and be our Rock through every storm is truly just awe inspiring!
You remind me of something in the book I’m featuring this month, Undead. The day after the author saw a man die, he was walking outside and he could see his breath in the cold air. It reminded him that he has God to thank for every breath.
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I'm a writer, podcaster and photographer, sometime poet and philosopher, who is figuring out who she was meant to be.
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