1. I love me a beautiful sky. The Master Artist does such a fine job. I wanted to capture these lavender and blue clouds for you but my picture does not do it justice.
2, No question about it, fall is fleeting. The leaves are falling faster than you can believe. There's been this beautiful yellow-leaved tree I've been passing on my way to work. I've been meaning to stop and snap a pic of it; but, alas! I've waited too long. Today, she looks skeletal with just a few wispy yellow leaves waving in the wind.
But at least, I did catch this beauty:
3. This week was a mix of happiness and sadness. We are so excited with the change of atmosphere at our church and our lovely visitors, a couple of which have decided to keep coming to worship with us. Yet, we are sad because we had to say good-bye to Pete, one of our church family members who is now worshiping in heavenly realms. The great thing is we know we will see him again.
4. I finished up Glory Days by Max Lucado this week. I cannot say enough good about it. I love reading that inspires! I've now started on The Case for Grace by Lee Strobel and already I'm crushing on the testimonies I've read so far. You need both these books!
5. Quote of the week:
"This is your inheritance: more victory than defeat, more joy than sadness, more hope than despair." Glory Days, page 181 - Max Lucado
And so ends another week on the Journey. I pray your Journey is filled with more victory, joy, and hope.
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