Puddle Jumping: refreshing

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Third puddle jump: refreshing

No rain, No refreshing.

 

Just like the seasons, we have spiritual seasons in our lives too. Sometimes, we go through dry patches. Sometimes, there are winters, and we feel dead and have no idea when spring will come. Other times, we are in rainy seasons, when our souls are so refreshed and awakened to his tender touch and to living fully in Him. Without the rain, there would be no rejuvenation, no refreshment to keep our souls from growing cold.

Today, be you in a dry season or a rainy season, let’s bask in His goodness through worship, recognizing that the refreshing rains are coming soon. I will share two hymns, an old school hymn I used to sing as a little girl, and a newer hymn.

Click over to enjoy the hymns. :)

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Hope (poem) by me

Hope

Hope is that thing unseen
that bids you to believe
that something else is
just around the corner,
waiting to lift you up
on wings like an eagle.

Hope is that thing unseen
that you don’t know is there
until it is lost
biding it’s time to be
found again and again
remaking conceiving.

Hope waits expectantly
bending lower down with
no weight to carry
you up out of the depths
grabbing its open hand
filling overflowing

like a fountain hope springs.

Puddle Jumping: new life

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“Come on, let’s go back to God. He hurt us, but he’ll heal us. He hit us hard, but he’ll put us right again. In a couple of days we’ll feel better. By the third day he’ll have made us brand-new, Alive and on our feet, fit to face him. We’re ready to study God, […]

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Puddle Jumping, April showers of Grace: rainbow glory

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 Today, I am kicking off a series of posts I will be posting every Monday in the month of April for Alabama Women Bloggers. I was chosen to be the blogger of the month. The theme this month is No Rain No Rainbow, so I created a series called, “Puddle Jumping: April Showers of Grace.” […]

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On risky writing and questions

My last writing assignment for my (in)courage group was – What keeps you from taking risks in your writing? If I was going to lay out everything on my mind for you, you would find that I have a few questions right now. Last week, I talked about how Dave Rahm died while flying at […]

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To the Life

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After thinking about what I would be willing to die doing, the only answer to that question, no matter what my calling may be, is to live for Christ. To live is Christ and to die is gain! (Phil 1:21) To the Life!! until death grabs ahold me – for Christ alone I’ll live always. […]

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To the Death

For a long time now I have struggled with the question of what has God made me to do. I’ve listened to Beth Moore, and she did many things before she found her thing, but she had mentors and people who helped direct her path when she finally got there. I have served in a […]

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A Lenten Blessing

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On the 19th day of Lent – a Lenten Blessing During this time of Lent, may you meditate on the truth of Jesus – on His life and ministry, leading up to His death, resurrection, and ascension. May you be blessed in being poor – either in wealth or in spirit, for you will receive […]

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Biscuit Communion

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We meet at the little café – The Alabama Biscuit. The atmosphere of the small eatery is one of simplicity – with aged wood boards lining the walls and eclectic wooden tables with aluminum chairs. It is a mix of country living meets modern, and it is perfect for a little café in the city […]

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Against the Current

Recently I read in “The Writing Life” by Annie Dillard, a story about a man who rows out to get a log, and while he has rowed out, the tide catches him, and for a while, he must row against the current. The tide changes in the middle of the night, and he rows with […]

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