When you start learning about faith, it tends to look light and fluffy, like everyone else. It is an image that sits up high and tries to resemble those around you. For years I allowed other people to decide what faith looked like to me.
Just like this bud on the plant, folks have things in the works that starting to peak and show what is coming. Spring is a time when life comes back strong from the winter. It brings new life.
This month’s affirmation is faith. It is the complete trust or confidence in someone or something. We all have faith in something.
My faith is in Jesus as the Son of God. Every day it looks different.
I admit in the beginning it was small and could barely be seen. It blended in with the backdrop. It wasn’t trying to stand out or stand up. It just was.
What does your faith look like?
Seem to bring flowers a few days earlier. Signs of spring are all around. It is hope in the form of nature reminding us that seeds in the ground bring forth something fresh and beautiful.
Give it. Get it.
Now is the time to capture those memories.
It is graduation season. Congratulations for all of the graduates.
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How you give it matters.
How you receive it matters.
Your shoes crunching in the snow.
The echo of tires skidding down the street.
It is over.
The sound of music from three buildings down.
The bumping and grinding interlaced with sweet rhythm and blues
The smell of grilled meat colliding with the perfume of a skunk.
The cool breeze coming through open windows.
In Destiny’s Dilemma, Zo is very good at dispensing grace to those she thinks deserve it. It is when she comes up against someone she thinks does not deserve her grace that the valve turns off. We do that sometimes. God’s grace doesn’t come with strings.
For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith–and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God. (Ephesians 2:8)
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