My heart hurts for a situation that I have no control over. But it affects me in a lot of ways. I am trying to remember just how big my God is; trying to remember that He is the one in control; trying to remember that He has moved mountains, and He would do it again for me. And for you.
There will be a highway called the Holy Road. No one rude or rebellious is permitted on this road. It's for God's people exclusively—impossible to get lost on this road. Not even fools can get lost on it. No lions on this road, no dangerous wild animals—Nothing and no one dangerous or threatening. Only the redeemed will walk on it. The people God has ransomed will come back on this road. They'll sing as they make their way home to Zion, unfading halos of joy encircling their heads, Welcomed home with gifts of joy and gladness as all sorrows and sighs scurry into the night. [Isaiah 35:8-10]
i LOVE coffee, my dog, Jesus, holding hands, star gazing, naps, traveling, book stores, playing tennis, pumpkin pie, the farmers market, early mornings, running with my dad, spain, christmas lights, stealing kisses from my love, bubble baths, dress shopping, watching movies with my mom, dancing, skyping with my best friend, forgiveness, ku basketball, getting lost in a good book, text messages, snail mail, fresh flowers, sour patch kids, my nephew, blog stalking, walks on mass st., live music, a good glass of wine, laughing with friends, compassionate people, mountains.