Today I wanted to breathe in His presence, as I craved the tender-hued hush of words falling onto the page. Even if the words are just those – words. Phrases aren’t necessary any more. And paragraphs? I don’t know if I’ll ever see them again. But words can be enough in this season. Anything to commune with Him. So I prayed He would speak as I ran on the winding roads overlooking the lake, I prayed He would speak as I drove to meet friends for an afternoon outing. I prayed He would speak in the quiet places and in the chaos.
And He did.
He spoke through birdsong and dancing leaves in a grocery store parking lot. He reminded me beauty and song can be found in discarded places.
He spoke in a pink-dappled afternoon gathering as I watched friends savor the quiet peace of a pedicure. He reminded me all good gifts – including those friends – come from Him and are for His glory.
And through it all, He reminded me of His attentiveness. His love. His presence. His communion.