Deforestation Feb10 by melodylowes Can’t see the forest for the family trees, these black and blue recessive genes; if I fall in the shadows, will anyone hear? Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Mmmm…I hope we are all ears and would notice.
Bless your compassionate ears! I trust you to reach out to those in your own sphere – as I seek to serve those in my own…
Oh my ears are tingling with that blessing!
Well…they didn’t hear me in my house, which is why I probably write poetry today. Nonetheless, I practice the Presence of a Redemptive and Loving God–so when I’m craziest, can’t see in the dark, His hand reaches for mine, His voice says, “I’m right here”.
So many fall, and ‘can’t get up’. May we wisely and compassionately reach down to give those who can’t stand on their own a helping hand!!
Reminds me of Job 14:7 “For there is hope for a tree, if it be cut down, that it will sprout again, and that its shoots will not cease.” 🙂
There is always hope when we have the choice of where to sink our roots…even if we need to rebuild, or start from scratch. I love Job’s story so much – thanks, Heidi!
Sometimes we wonder…but the answer is yes. We would notice!
Aw, thanks. 🙂