Seasons of Your Heart


“Now if that is how God cares for the wild flowers in the fields which are here today and gone tomorrow, will He not all the more care for you?” (Matthew 6:30)


“Autumn trees ask us not to worry. They, like Jesus, suggest that we trust rather than worry. So often in autumn, I want to lean my head against a tree and ask what it feels like to lose so much, to be so empty.” What is it like to be empty and wait for God to refill you? “It sounds so simple, so easy. It isn’t easy. Once we discover that we already possess enough grace to let go, trust begins to form in the center of who we are. Then we can take off our shoes and stand empty and vulnerable, eager to receive God’s next gift.” - From Seasons of Your Heart by Macrina Wiederkehr

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