“Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen” – Hebrews 11:1 God’s creation is astounding! Blooms and birds. Butterflies and frogs. Most are out there for the passersby to see. But then there is the elusive frog. I hear him. (He woke me up in the middle of the night last week!) But I have yet to see him. All around us we see evidence of God. But we cannot see God. That is faith. That is grace!
Strange how a day seemingly lasts forever. For the rehab patient waiting for the next therapy. For the pregnant woman, waiting for sleep. For the patient waiting on test results. And yet, the years fly by. I will be a Grammie twice this year! The estimate is June and September! And nothing says “time flies” like looking at my son’s baby books, and remembering like it was yesterday. Life is a precious gift. Each day is a chance for a “do-over!” So look into the child’
“How do I say goodbye to what we had? The good times that made us laugh, outweighed the bad. I thought we’d get to see forever, but forever has blown away. It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.” – Recorded by Boys II Men I used the previous quote at a graveside service recently. But then realized how true the quote is for life in general. For those who have seen their marriage end. Or those who have lost a dear friendship. It is true for those who have an estranged