As few minutes ago, the signing and chirping of the birds announced that a new day has begun.
The morning sun slowly creeps over the horizon to usher in a new day of…
Dark nights can be tough and even painful, wrenching the body and soul in pain.
YET my morning alarm of the chirping robin reminds me that a new day of life and hope awaits to be embraced like a newly born infant, full of new life and promise for the future.
I am a morning person.
Brewing and drinking coffee accompanies my time with God in the morning.
The aroma enters my nostrils and delights my tongue, awakening my soul to a new day of life and hope, through God’s word and Word to be shared with others.
A choice is out there to say either “Good morning God,” or “Good God it’s morning.”
Mourning and morning sound the same and may be the same unless…
A writer centuries ago offered the following of his choice: “Weeping may last through the night, but joy comes with the morning.” (Psalm 30:5 NLT)
My prayer is we may see the joy, receive the joy, and be the joy for others!