There are seasons when the message is so muddled and confused that I cannot explain its meaning. And then there are times like I witnessed in this image that speak to the today and forecast the hope that everlasting love can produce.
The world is more confused and alien to me today than ever before in my near 60 years. This season of change sometimes overwhelms my ability to understand what the future will be. But in the sanctuary of nature, immersed in the wonder of his artistry and filled in the joy of hope, I am reminded that it is not my place to understand what the future will bring. I have but to have faith that it will be what it will be, and that will be alright.
I am reminded of Psalms 19:1,2
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