Sunday, August 18, 2013

kiss the waves.

 My heart is so very full, and on this quiet Saturday afternoon, just come in from cutting the grass, cleaning with the family like crazy people for a house showing, (we're trying to finally make our dream of living in the country a reality!) and now sitting to drink my tea--I am grateful. For the promises and testimony God is showing me, day by day. Forgive me if I ramble a bit. It may not look like it to you, but it's been a slow summer--a time to think, a time to pray. I've grown leaps and bounds (hopefully for the good! :) ) and am bursting with the goodness of a Savior who never leaves nor forsakes. Right now tears wash my face as I think of a dear friend and sister in Christ who just lost her first baby. Her faith in the face of such a horrendous trial is inspirational. I love you, sweet girl, though we haven't yet met in person. It's people like THIS who show me the mind of God. His will isn't ours--something that is so hard to grasp. But the beauty of perseverance in the face of adversity! It fills me with awe; life is a mystery. Yet when I look around at my own small world of green tea, sisterly drama, nannying, household chores. . . fears, desires, hopes, dreams. . .I am grateful. After all, I'm not the only 20+ someone with a big question mark hanging just beyond my grasp. Amen? We see an exciting, wild, life-pulsing world that is just. . .out. . .of. . .reach. It's an adventure between you, me, and an all-seeing, all-wise Creator. Someday out of the mass confusion we'll see the bigger picture. It will all make sense. It will fall into perfect, divine place. You know, I can't WAIT to have my chat with Jesus. It may not be around a coffee table, but it is going to be the most thrilling moment of  my existence. In the meantime, I'm one blessed girl. :)

"I've learned to kiss the waves that throw me up against the Rock of Ages.
--Charles Spurgeon

PS. So excited to spend a month with my Uncle in California this October. I am totally thinking Disneyland, oh yes I am. B) But this, incredibly awesome blog people--is where you come in. I know, I know, some of you have already contacted about guest posting. . .and my schedule sort of forgot. :P You are first on the list. However if anyone else is interested, I need you. Leave a comment or send me an email, and we'll work out the details.


  1. I just love that quote from Charles Spurgeon... And what a beautiful post. Touched my heart.

    Love you!

  2. You are a beautiful person with a talent to write and show that beauty. I haven't been able to keep up with your posts, but now that I have internet I hope to keep up better. :-)

  3. Thank you for that quote and for your transparency. I always enjoy reading your blog! You are definitely a beautiful young lady inside and out!

    God Bless!

  4. I love this post so very much, especially the quote by Charles Spurgeon. So much so that inspired a post on my blog, and I made sure to mention you and this post! Thank again for posting this, it is such an encouragement!


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