30th October, 2019: 4:54 am (MST)
Writings indicative to inner solitude were my main focus this month. This time offered moments for drastic reflection, moments of healing, and areas of growing love. I viewed from afar and held near to my heart elements, quotes, smiles, and verses, quite touching and meaningful. In my quiet, several unexpected opportunities fell on my lap. Yes, only in God’s time. Inner solitude provided freedom to accept His good.
Always the observer and thinker, and not much the speaker, consistently prepares my heart for His gravity and His seed of creation. Anew, my attention recedes from all that is not of Christ. His perfect peace is the path I take toward His loving heart. This place is my inner separateness. I’m thankful for the journey amidst the daily grind. I rest with Christ and silently acknowledge that our hearts join, and I am so amazed by who He is.
I’ve always loved the month of October for the climate it brings, the fact that two of my dearest friends celebrate birthdays in this month, and for its slowness and grounding nature. Plus, the ultimate celebration of Him draws near.
“Men shall speak of the power of Your awesome acts, And I will tell of Your greatness. They shall eagerly utter the memory of Your abundant goodness And will shout joyfully of Your righteousness. The LORD is gracious and merciful.” ~ Psalm 145: 6-8
Jesus, I honor you. Thanks for being you!
I abide in your love as you teach me how to love more deeply. Loving others more meaningfully, comes easier when I meet your Heart, and acknowledge your teachings within me. Right now, as I view light on the snow from my window, I see your hand in it all. We slow down as we venture out on our way, the birds still entertain, and the ground opens its mouth widely to stay quenched as its green carpet rest. The reality of the existence of your love keeps me warm. Your paragraphs resonate in me.
Father, thank you for your son. Thanks for being you!
Soon, I move into November. Can you feel my excitement for what’s ahead, with you by my side?
Father, linger with and in me…
Your loving daughter,