Seasons of Change

  There is a storm on the horizon, Blowing through the land, Still the Son is rising, glory is at hand. Restoration or renewal, suffering, loss or shame, Through our minds blow the winds of change. Our decisions give them their name.  Ω May you find grace and truth leading you, through your seasons of … More Seasons of Change

Dancing to a different tune- A Christmas Carol

Dancing to a different tune, Howling at the stars and moon, Glory spilling from finger tips; Maker meeting his creation.   Dancing to a different tune, Messiah comes to a virgins womb,* Spirits children born a new; Dancing to a different tune.   Dancing to a different tune, The music maker,singer,one; Comes to be a … More Dancing to a different tune- A Christmas Carol

Empty

Empty. .   Empty is what we lack, The place to be filled with wonder. . Empty is what we are missing. . For we fill the empty ourselves, We fill our empty with lesser lovers, While true love waits outside. . Outside ourselves waits what we lack. . We lack room  to be filled … More Empty

An Architecture for life #2

We build a theology about who God is and what is True with our choices and decisions. We create our own philosophy  about what is real and how things really work as well.

Choose carefully for in your choices you define your life! You are building a house in which you experience reality or illusion. Your house is your safety or your prison; these choices are the building blocks. … More An Architecture for life #2

Circling two

. Circling oneself, Seeking fulfillment on ones own terms. Circling, circling, circling; seeking; . Wait. .  Turn to me and you will see differently; says He! He who is the beginning and the end, The creator speaks to those who circle supreme truth.  . Circling but not accepting? He is truth! He is the center, … More Circling two

Circling one

. Circling oneself, Looking for the center Circling. Circling; never-ending quest, never finding rest. Circling oneself is facing emptiness. Seek fulfillment; . Become eccentric. . .