Friday, November 2, 2007

Lesson In Change

As I drove to work this morning, I noticed the first frost of the fall season. My first thought was that it was a bit late, but then I thought, no, it's right on time. God is always on time. I looked around at the scenery God had painted....the leaves are beginning to change, so there is a mix of orange, red, and yellow swirled together with the fading greens. I absolutely love Autumn. I just took a moment to take it all in this morning and Praise God for a beautiful...albeit cool...fall day. It reminds me of the changes in my own life. God is at work in my life...constantly molding me into the woman He desires me to be. As certain aspects of my life begin to fade, others are bursting forth in brilliant color! Thank you God!!


Big Bro said...

Hey sis!
I can relate to the beauty you speak of outdoors . We had our first frost just a few days back.
Totally awesome ambience it creates.

I guess folks like you and I are doomed to be hopeless romantics. I told my wife when we first met that one of the single most important things a person can do is , while we are here, learn to take time to notice the Creators handy work. Listen to the messages it sends us. Most of all pay attention when it touches our hearts, because that in truth, is Gods way of touching our heart and very soul.
For each the message subject will vary, but for all the context is usually the same. A message of peace,serenity,and most of all the love God has for us.

Know that we will pray for a safe journey for Quentin .

I have to laugh at Mal and the "ghetto mobile". I can just imagine what she though of our Blazer before we got it painted, but that ok its paid for ;) the minds of kids are wonderful things arent they? lol

Well hope you have a great weekend sis. If you need anything while Q is away, you know the drill...let us know.... love you guys!

John and Family

Belle-ah said...

I love your pointing out that yes, indeed, it is "just in time"... God's time. OH how my heart needs to keep focused on that. Thanks for coming over to Southern Somedays!