Tragedy. Destruction. Death. Silence.
Prayer. Waiting. Listening. Surrendering. Receiving.
The impossible became possible. Joy came in the mourning. It was a new beginning.
In the winter seasons, the places where the hope of something more is far away, God assures us of the plan for springtime . . . for a new beginning . . . making a way, doing a new thing in our life: See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wildernessand streams in the wasteland (Isaiah 43:19, NIV).
Spring Is The Promise That New Beginnings Will Come Through The Life-Giver
When spring comes, when we know God has something more, when a way is provided in the wilderness and wasteland of our life, we are renewed and grateful for the possibility of a new beginning.
Day 18 of 40-days of intentional gratefulness: A new beginning produces new gratefulness.
Learning to Kickstart each day with gratefulness,
(Written by Kerrie Carlisle Palmer © 2012 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED)