INSPIRATIONAL AND MOTIVATIONAL STORIES ABOUT TRAVEL
Everything in nature is connected and our well being depends on us taking notice of the small things like leaves and choosing good habits and attitudes, treating the land and our neighbors with love and respect
Migration has been God’s way of preserving His people, from the nomadic Israelites to modern man. Yes, nature will inform you -your Heavenly Father loves and values you more than even the birds whom He feeds daily and takes infinite care of.
There are some people who are created like that walnut and it takes a lot of time and processing to become all of what God made them to be. This should be a lesson in patience for us with slow growers until their developing and bearing process comes to fruition.
We are like the sunflower seed, in the right conditions, we look at the Son and follow Him, our hearts will grow and in due course we will bear much fruit.
Most of all learn to enjoy your own company while you are working through this loss, rather like a butterfly when it is in the chrysalis, quietly transforming on the inside, until you are ready to emerge in glorious technicolor.
Take those happy memory snapshots to keep with you, but also learn to plan ahead for your future needs, which like a tree need time to grow. Remember the provision of God and the beauty in the variety of your inner and outer landscapes, you can grow with them and mature like those beautiful trees.
“All your waves and billows have gone over me, and floods of sorrow pour upon me like a thundering cataract.”
I was born in a country that has two great rivers for borders, the one was the Zambezi on which the Victoria Falls is situated and is a treacherous river with crocodiles and hippopotami. It is also one of the most beautiful rivers when the sun is setting, and...
Look at the lilies! They don’t toil and spin, and yet Solomon in all his glory was not robed as well as they are”. Being grateful for the small things, seeing them as provision and thanking God for them, opens your heart and mind to receive more of His provision, and knowing it is just for a season, it is as temporary as the flowers helps keep your perspective.