Glory in the garage: finding the light in the strangest places

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Walking out to the parking garage after work I almost had my breath taken away by the beauty of the setting sun flooding the space.  There was no hiding from the sun and everything cold and familiar was transformed into jaw dropping, breathtaking beauty.  Come, see if you don’t agree then marvel and ponder:  what changed the mundane into a miracle?

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The answer, of course, is that nothing changed inside the garage except the time of day.  God says He makes all things beautiful in His time.  Do you want to be beautiful?  Ask God to reveal Himself to you.  Ask Him to show you who He really is.  Seek and you will find.  Knock and the door shall be opened.  Ask and it shall be given.  God says “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you, plans for your welfare and not calamity.

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Then you will call upon Me and I will listen to you and you will seek Me and find Me when you look for  Me with all your heart.

2 thoughts on “Glory in the garage: finding the light in the strangest places

  1. Debbie Gault

    Dearest Jan,
    Thank you, thank you for seeing God’s creativity wherever you turn your gaze. What a blessing of encouragement you are!!

    Love you,
    Deb

    • Thank you Debbie! I long and pray not only to see but to have the heart and mind to receive what God is showing me. May you see more clearly the face and hand and heart of the One who loves you most!

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