It is absolutely amazing to me to see God move through your life. He can take a terrible situation – a situation where you feel as if you’ve sunk to your lowest point, where you feel that no one understands what you’re going through or experiencing – and turn it into an unfathomable opportunity for blessing beyond measure.
As heart and voice are lifted high
in glorious song across the sky,
the Spirit whispers peace to me
and tells me by His grace I’m free.
Happy June, everyone!
I know it’s been a short while since I’ve last been on here, and I do apologize for that. I’m simply relishing my summer by lounging about and watching time slip by. :P
But to kick off my series of posts for June, I’m finally following through on some awards I have been nominated for (and if I have overlooked anyone who has nominated me for one of these or any other award, I apologize).
Hello, all! I know things have been a little bit quiet on this side of the blogosphere (you can thank accursed algebra for that), but I am back, and I am dying to jump back into my writing. It’s been horrible these last few days not being able to communicate with you all, and I appreciate your patience. :)
With that said, I’d like to thank Dolly from allaboutlemon for the topic of this post:
The Kreativ Blogger Award!!!
The day where the goodness of humanity is fully shown as it comes together and celebrates (and gives thanks for) the many blessings that God has bestowed upon it throughout the year; the day where good will and charity is shown to those less fortunate, and happiness is shared with all.
The day where humanity’s ugly side is shown as it sinks to the lowest of the low; the day where mankind unleashes its primal instincts and reduces itself to nothing more than a crazed and mindless mob, with hopes of securing that fabled Barbie Doll, or that discounted waffle iron.
Can you believe the difference between the two definitions? Can you believe how one day changes everything?
I certainly can’t, but the reality is there, as cold-cut as the definitions I provided, and it saddens me to my core that people are capable of such extremes.
But before I elaborate, let’s back-peddle a bit.