Our Father in Heaven

For me to have a deep relationship with God I must mentally reconcile opposites, and simultaneously know that this is humanly impossible, thus let go and let God.

To love I must fear.

To live I must die.

To have peace I must fight.

To have rest I must strive.

Only the Lord can be the beginning and the end together as one. I ponder with wonder, if in heaven, my linear existence and thought pattern will be gone?


Here on earth there is joy and peace to be found in the linear progression of creation. For there is a safety of mind to have the blue flowers (name?) follow the daffodils, and the blue will be followed by the roses, and so on and so forth.

Regardless of mans doings, the sun always rises.

“Amen, blessing and glory and wisdom and thanksgiving and honor and power and might, be to our God forever and ever, Amen.” Revelation 7:12


2 thoughts on “Our Father in Heaven

  1. Here it’s snowdrops, followed by daffodils and hyacinthe, as well as tiny violets and bluebells in the woods… I’m not sure that that’s the name, but how true there is joy and peace in observing and appreciating ever-changing yet orderly seasons. It’s like traveling but at home all year…. And it’s wonderful. How reassuring that God has promised that seed time and harvest will not cease before his return. How grounding and hopeful in the midst. Thank you for writing this.

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