Some mornings it is hard to be positive and go into the world with grace, love, and light. Other mornings, the sun peeping through the trees at Crump Acres reminds me of the good and beautiful things in this world. It is so easy to miss these foggy, sunshiney moments if we are looking for trouble and waiting on disaster. If we are SLOW and deliberate with our time – always looking for the pretty things that make us smile and remind us of our Comforter – we will likely find them in our front yards, in our conversations, and in everything we do. Goodness wants to be found, but we are too pessimistic some days to see it. We have treated an ominpresent God like He is tangible and tame. He is showing Himself to us in the misty mornings, in the midst of our pain, and in the sunshine we missed. All things, we know, work together for our good. So let’s start looking for that Goodness and meditating on what we find.
He is showing Himself to us in the misty mornings, in the midst of our pain, and in the sunshine we missed.