Joy was definitely unconfined even when we stumbled on blistered feet across the parking at 2 a.m. to the local pancake house. We needed to refuel for the walk back to the dorms. I miss those plate-size pancakes smothered in blueberries and drowned in maple syrup then washed down with endless cups of coffee.
Now at 2 a.m. you might find me stumbling on bunion feet to the bathroom. 😀
Have a great weekend and may your joy be unconfined whether you are dancing or just walking around the block.
One of the ways to keep your house warmer is to keep the drapes, curtains, and blinds closed. However, that keeps out the light. I work from home and open the drapes every morning so the light gets in, even during frigid Northeast Ohio winters.
Got to let even the gloomy, overcast winter light inside. Light is light and it drives out darkness, whether it is the darkness in a room or the darkness in your soul.
No matter how cold the weather is where you live or in your soul, always
Let the light in.
But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light.
1 Peter 2:9 English Standard Version (ESV) (emphasis mine)
Weekend Wisdom is not a new thing. It was born out of a desire to publish every day when I started blogging but did not know if I could write 7 posts a week. Publishing quotes, poems, and scripture meant I had two days where I did not have to publish original content.
It is with great pleasure that I bring Weekend Wisdom (a.k.a. WW) back. I pray these posts provide encouragement and uplift your soul as you end your week and get ready for a new week.
May you see the new thing God is doing in your life this year.
Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.
Starting today there will be a new series – Sundae Silence. It will simply be one of my photographs. Hopefully, it will be your sweet treat to start your week or end your week depending on how you view Sunday’s.
Just spend a few moments in silence enjoying the picture. No words will accompany this blog post after today. I know there is or was one other blogger who did a Sunday Silence series. I’m following his/her lead because I struggled with finding a quote, scripture or poem for Weekend Wisdom.