Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Scriptures of Encouragement ~ Dandelion Wisps of Love

Marshmallow clouds melted into a frothy veil of fog upon the mountain ridge. The thick white blanket settled softly, blurring the line between heaven and earth. Dandelion wisps of vapor moved in and out of the forest's edge--the contrast of light and darkness exaggerated, spotlighted. Understood.

Indeed, there is a contrast.
This mystery of Light and darkness.

The Light of God settles softly upon His child, blurring the line between heaven and earth. Wisps of His love move in and out of my life, contrasting the darkness, exaggerating His Presence. Like the mountain forest wrapped in vapors of foggy light, I walk in the veil of His glory, wrapped in the beauty of His love.

And I understand.
At last, I understand.

"When His lamp shone upon my head,
 by His light I walked through darkness." ~ Job 29:2

*Photo courtesy of www.fineartamerica.com

Lord, thank You for Your Presence with us always. Thank You for Your joy, Your love, Your grace. You are amazing Lord. You are faithful and good. We sing Your praise to the highest heavens. We take Your love to the depths of the darkest valley. Hold us tight, Lord. Open our eyes to see You in our midst. Blessed be the Name of the Lord!
If you received Morning Glory via email, please visit the Morning Glory  page to watch the music video. Amy Grant has a new song out called, "Here". It's beautiful. I believe it will remind you of how much you are loved by a magnificent God. 


  1. Absolutely beautiful and breath-taking poetry! (Great song too!) :-D

    1. Thank you Marcie. You're such a blessing :)

  2. Hi Nan! What a beautiful image...walking in glory, wrapped in love. Wow. Any room for me in that wrapping?

    I am so happy that you feel and understand that light now. What a blessing! God is so good not to leave you in the dark anymore.

    I love Amy Grant! I'll be checking out that song for sure.

  3. Come on over! There's plenty of room for you :) I love Amy Grant too. A friend of mine - and yours - Marcie Bridges - introduced me to this particular song. I love it! Thanks for stopping by.