Friday, April 6, 2012

Five-Minute Friday: Light

In the fresh, crisp air of morning

the sun suddenly sweeps into the horizon

reflecting a glow across what was darkened sky.

And in the twilight of bright color

it sinks magnificently into the plains 

leaving

tiny sparkling diamonds

sprinkled in inky spread-out skies.

During the bleakest of nights and what seemed 

to be the blackest of Fridays

I cling to what He penned throughout gospels

and what He daily paints across the sky:

it's never the darkness that overtakes the Sun.

It's always the Sun who overtakes the darkness

and leaves a lit path, stepping stones of light back Home.

It's always the Light that's Moving and Alive.



4 comments:

  1. "It's always the Sun who overtakes the darkness..."

    Oh how much I needed that reminder today!

    Thank you, friend! Sorry that I haven't popped over in awhile! Enjoying your words...your heart...

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  2. Beautiful and timely. I've had several sleepless nights with my littlest this week. But to remember that the Son always shines brighter than any of our circumstances. Lovely.

    I like the way you write. Nice job!
    Jessie at JessieGunderson.com

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  3. It's always the sun...

    Why did I read that it is always the son? Maybe because I feel closest to God in nature?

    Anyway this was like a light-kiss. The words swept me up and I felt warm in the face. Your words are always just perfect.

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  4. It's always the Son. :) Love this, friend. You paint pictures with your words.

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