Let’s join in on the JOYFUL song!
Even on a gray day we have much to be thankful for.
Have a blessed Sunday!
more of this.
more of the quiet moments.
more cups of coffee in the morning.
more chasing the light.
I crave the quiet, the still. In those moments, when I find it, I try to linger, to pause, to breathe. Sometimes I try to capture it with my camera. To remember the fleeting feeling of the moment. Most often my quiet pauses are short. Little breaths in my everyday life.
So very important to me; for my life, for my work, for my faith.
The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing.
He makes me lie down in green pastures,
he leads me beside quiet waters,
he refreshes my soul.
Where do you find your quiet?
Wishing you a good Wednesday!
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She put her water jar down. Suddenly everything was different. She had gone out to the well in the middle of the day with her head held low. She didn’t want to see the looks the villagers gave her. Alone, carrying her life, her shame and everything that hadn’t turned out how she had dreamt it should. But now, now she had met him. He that saw right through it all and with kind words told her the truth. His words had set her free. They showed her a love so different from what she had ever experienced before.
He had asked for a drink from her water jar, even though he was a man and she was a woman, even though he was a jew and she a samaritan. It was not how things should be. She had tried to look the other way as she approached the well, but now she found herself deep in talk with him.
His word touched her. Who was he?
She put her water jar down and went back into the village. For once she dared to look the others in their eyes, she had so much to tell them. She had to tell them about him that change her life only moments before. No one had talked like him. For the first time in ages she felt loved for whom she really was, with all her wounds and scars. She shouted it out as soon as she came into the gate. They looked at her and saw how changed she was. Together they went out to the well.
Her words had moved them. Could he be the Messiah?
She put her water jar down and the whole village got to meet him. He said he could give living water. That he could quench their thirst. They asked him to stay for a while, they wanted to talk with him and listen to him. His words changed them too.
They looked at the woman with loving eyes now. Understanding that they did wrong in judging her, seeing that they too had things to answer for in their own lives.
She walked with the other women to the well in the mornings now. His words about the living water had set them free. They believed he was sent from God. His name was Jesus.
…………………………………. read more in John chapter 4 ………………………………..