Journaling: part II

I know, I know.

I did one hum-dinger of a post…hours ago…on journaling…and you are probably thinking:

"What the freak could have she possible not already talked about!"

Well if you must know,

It's not what I have to say, but what I read this morning that just put a cement seal on everything I spent so bloody long talking about yesterday.

Charles Spurgeon

From his Morning and Evenings Devotional ~January 25th:

        …there must surely be some precious  milestone along the road of life not         quite  grown over with moss, on which you can read a happy memorial of His         mercy towards you P5210035

(don't let this happen to your past blessings)

        Arise, go to the river of your experience and pull up a few bulrushes, and         fashion them into an ark, in which your infant-faith may float safely on the         stream

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        …turn over the book of your remembrance, and consider the days of old.

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        Have you never climbed the Delectable Mountains?

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        Go back then, a little way to the choice mercies of yesterday, and though all         may be dark now, light up the lamps of the past-they shall glitter through the         darkness, and you shall trust in The Lord till the day break, and the shadows         flee away.

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(girls dancing in the dark last summer in backyard)

 

I WILL RECOUNT THE STEADFAST LOVE OF THE LORD,THE PRAISES OF THE LORD, ACCORDING TO ALL THAT THE LORD HAS GRANTED US

ISAIAH 63:7

 Here's to redundancy!

Cheers

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One thought on “Journaling: part II

  1. I know how much you love and appreciate photography so I thought of you when I was sending out an e mail to some of my local friends about Kristen Duke’s photography workshop coming to Delaware in March. Plus, I am going to go up and see her (she is a bestie from high school) and we could actually meet each other for real! I don’t know how far you are from DE but I thought I would throw it out there if you were interested!
    http://kristendukephotography.com/?p=7618 (that is the link to her post about her east coast workshop.)

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