Morning Dew

Consider how I love Your precepts; revive me, O LORD, according to Your loving-kindness.
Psalm 119:159

Huda Shaarawi was a remarkable woman who, as a child, was secluded in a Cairo harem but who ended up working for women’s rights in Egypt and becoming a national hero. In her memoirs, she told of an older woman, Madame Richard, who became a mentor and encourager to her. Shaarawi wrote, “We took special pleasure in the company of Mme Richard who often joined us while we read, played the piano, or embroidered. When we were blue, her blithe spirit and soothing words revived us as the morning dew revives wilting blossoms.”

Have you ever known anyone who could talk with you awhile and revive your spirits as the morning dew revives wilting blossoms? We all have such a friend. When we open God’s Word at any point throughout the day, He speaks to us with such strong and soothing words that our hearts are revived, our spirits are restored, and our souls are strengthened. As we study the Word, our understanding of God’s unchangeable, unconditional love is refreshed and renewed in our hearts.

Then we can be reviving to others.

We do not so much search the Word of God as the Word of God searches us. There is reviving power in the Word that we, as a church, need to harness.
Barry Black, Chaplain to the United States Senate


Everlasting I am

Flying from west to east
Concealed in-between the mist
Safe soaring on the clouds
Empty, alive and proud.

No voices to be heard
Not the whisper of a word
No fear can reach my being
My soul ascends seeing

The pain be left behind
Eyes that are no longer blind.
Air, earth and blood
Quiet and undisturbed
Bids my humanity goodbye
As my spirit reaches new heights.

Everlasting I am
For the Eternal Son Of Man
Gave his breath to redeem
Those whom the world had not yet seen.

Erstwhile dead,now forever alive
I foresee the moment I am to arrive,
In glory no longer transitory
To witness the beginning of an old told story.

Captured by Grace: Never-Ending Grace

The LORD is near to all who call upon Him, to all who call upon Him in truth.
Psalm 145:18

Some numbers and ideas are hard to fathom. Take the amount of water that spills over Niagara Falls every second of every day of every year. Approximately 85,000 cubic feet of water flows over the falls every second. Such a number is hard to grasp; see if this helps: Enough water flows over Niagara Falls in one second to fill 5.3 average-sized houses every second. Right now, count off five seconds—more than 25 houses could have been filled with water. And it never stops.

That’s a lot—and it’s an inadequate illustration of something else that never stops: the grace of God. There is more grace flowing from God—right this second—than water flowing over Niagara Falls. We know grace can’t be measured, but it’s a way of saying that God’s grace is always there. There is more than we know, more than we need, and more than we can imagine. God is, and God does, “exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think” (Ephesians 3:20). And that includes His grace.

Never believe that you have sinned or strayed too far. God’s grace is greater than all our sin (Romans 5:20). God’s grace is abundant and ever-present for all who call on Him.

It is possible to fall in grace, but not to fall from grace.
John Blanchard

Live – a – Life – Less – Ordinary

Full Hands

For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you.
Matthew 6:14

This verse is a reminder of the importance of forgiving others, but if we only focus on what God will withhold from us if we do not forgive, we neglect the role our spirit plays in forgiveness. Humility, compassion, and wisdom are necessary in the giving and receiving of forgiveness. The truth that each and every person has sinned and fallen short reminds us that everyone has a substantial debt they cannot pay.

When our spirit is consumed with grudge holding, toxic emotions cripple us. Indignant judgment, poisonous anger, frustration, and bitterness aim to take up permanent residence within. The crushing result is a diminished ability to receive forgiveness. We descend into a tailspin of negative thoughts and emotions. With all our energy focused on the perpetrator, we forget our own debts.

God’s generosity is an invitation to be forgiven and set free. When we forgive others, we experience that freedom once again. Instead of carrying the weight of unrelenting forgiveness, you can know the light, love, and freedom that comes from passing on the forgiveness you have obtained.

Nothing of spiritual significance comes without sacrifice. Your spirituality will always be measured by the size of your sacrifice.
Jerry Falwell

Bloggers you might ❤ 31/03/2017

I have a “promote your blog link” on my site where I encourage people to leave a link to their blog and a short description about their site or themselves.

“Hint: Please write something interesting”

These are a few blogs that I would like to feature today

Annapurani Vaidyanathan:  I’m Annapurani, and I’m sharing here a link to one of my posts. I invite everyone out here to have a look at my blog space, share your views and come back for more. Cheers!✨/

#hhhigh: Welcome to hhHigh ministry of Faith and Relationship with your creator. Inspiring new generation . A generation which lost their true identity in God. My name is Dariush, I am living in beautiful Australia. I am young , wild and thirsty for the presence of God. I am learning and in a journey to be like Him. Lets discover this new life with me. We will go to another world , that Our God provided for us already. A world of LOVE and GRACE. I’ve written many books some are :

1a- 7 Things For Your Soul ( English Language – released on 23/12/16)

1- Serving the Living God ( English language )

2- The 48 ( Persian language )

I learnt that it does not matter where we live we need each other. We all human, we all here to love each other, to live in peace and unity.

One Flawsome MommaMy name is Jackie. I am a mother, scratch that…. a flAWSOME mother, to a feisty, beautiful, and loving little girl. My marriage fell apart in 2014 and now I’m just doing the best I can with what I have. While I am a mother first, I am also just a woman juggling a career and mental and physical baggage. I am a Geriatric Nurse, an Ostomate, and I battle with recurring anxiety and depression. This blog is a chronicle of my random thoughts and experiences – with the hope that someone reading will be inspired, laugh, or maybe even both. Join me in embracing confidence and peace in the presence of our flaws.

theclosetatheistMy blog is about my thoughts and experiences as a Lutheran student attending a Christian college… but I’m actually an atheist. Take a look at to read about what it’s like to hide such a big secret. Since I’m still in the closet, however, you won’t be learning much else about who I am on this site. Perhaps when I come out as an atheist, I’ll be more willing to elaborate on the details of who I am and where I’m from, but for now, I’ll tell you what I can. I am a part of a heavily Lutheran family. I have been nonreligious for about 10 years, but I started to really learn about atheism and learn what I believe about a year ago. I’m reading The God Delusion (slowly: college is time-consuming) for the first time. I’ve started watching atheist videos on YouTube, such as The Atheist Voice, The Thinking Atheist, CosmicSkeptic, and JaclynGlenn.

J David PeeverI look forward to sharing my journey including my failures, frustrations and the lessons I have learned as a Christ follower, husband, father, grandfather (I know, hard to believe, me being so young) author and pastor. The older I get the more questions I have, the more questions I have, the more likely I will seek out answers rather than assuming that I have it all figured out. When you visit my blog at I hope you will end up with more questions than answers, leading you on a similar journey as you seek to understand what it is to live life following God’s plan, done God’s way, in God’s timing, with God’s chosen resources. Over the past 50 years, give or take a few months, I have received an education from the world’s classroom and an honorary degree from the school of accumulative and applied experiences. Don’t look them up on the internet or contact the government to see if these are accredited schools. They do not have a physical location or a system of accountability to make sure they are successfully preparing students for the real world.

mohamadkarbiI’m not a regular blogger. I write mainly in tech but accounting is the one that pays my bills.  “They said that learning, knowledge, and science are better than money. These protect you and you protect money! But, I can’t study unless I have money… And, if you were smart without enough money, you wouldn’t be able to buy books or to pay the school’s tuition… Rather, you would then think in bread, food, and livelihood… You would lose your intelligence… Meanwhile, a lot of rich people haven’t studied at all.”

KetCage: My blog is basically a platform for me to put out all my feelings and thoughts. I don’t have any specific topic for my blog. I just write what I feel. I have noticed that I love writing about love. I think blogging is an awesome way to understand people. You get so many opinions and that’s something I crave for. Do take a look at my blog and share your opinions! It matters a lot to me. Thank you so much! You can email me at

harpreetmakkar: I m pursuing CA course from the ICAI , previously graduated in Bachelor of commerce from Panjab University . These blog posts narrate my extended ideas/opinions on varied subjects like, Self realization, motivation,quotes and fiction stories.

the MusicalMuser I am a Christian inspirational writer who writes poems and other creative works. “I am only a passerby gathering reflections, ponderings, and musings along the way. my hope is that you will find solace and encouragement in these words. you are not alone!” let’s connect! i’d love to hear from you!

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