Sunday Selah ~ Live

Friends, life can get tedious at times. We fall into the ruts of the everyday duties and get bogged down with the weight of responsibility. But can I just remind you, that even in the midst of it all, there is a gift. When the coffee pot pours out empty, and the biscuits are burned, there is a bowl of Captain Crunch to be had with your son. Savor this. When the traffic is backed up, and the stoplights are all red, there is sun on your skin. Feel this. When you stand freezing outside watching yet another soccer practice, and dinner is not even thawed and the homework isn’t finished, there is giggle bubbling out next to you. Listen. When the laundry is piling everywhere, and the toys are yet again scattered, remember the snuggles had at bedtime last night.

Ordinary isn’t empty. And even the mundane carries meaning. It all adds up. 

Your life is good, full of amazing things. There are memories planted in the rich soil of your relationships, both past and present. There are treasures hidden in every single one of your trials, for you emerged stronger and smarter. Your everyday contains extravagant love.

May the road rise to meet you,
May the wind be always at your back,
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
The rains fall soft upon your fields and,
Until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of His hand.

 

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5 Comments on “Sunday Selah ~ Live

  1. This was a very, very special piece you penned! It makes me think of when I had 6 kids and the only way I knew what day of the week it was, is the day the milkman or the garbage man can. It was pretty mundane alright, but it was ALL worth it ALL. Love, GG

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    • Hahaha! I love that, telling which day it is based on who came by the house! I would be in trouble 6 out of 7 days because my Milk man and Garbage collectors come on the same day!

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