Nature to a saint [a tzaddik] is sacramental. In every wind that blows; in every night and day of the year …in every blossoming and withering of the earth, there is a real coming of God to us, if we will simply use our starved imaginations to realize it.
Is Your Godly Imagination Starved? ( 11.06 mins.)
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The prophet Isaiah, in chapter 40, verse 26, exhorts Israel: “Lift your eyes to the heavens: Who created all these?” Oswald Chambers notes: “The people of God had starved their imaginations by looking at the face of idols.” How is this applicable to us today?
Beautiful! May we more fully follow Yeshua by walking in His appointed paths of righteousness and for His namesake. Behold how good and pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity.
Thank you, Keren, ADONAI has comforted my heart through this meditation and made it a real help on my way. 🙂
So happy to hear that, Margaret. How faithful He is!
Another MASTERPIECE. Especially enjoyed Galileo Galilei observation abut the sun shining on the grapes….a gentle & pleasant reminder of how G-d cares for us all in the smallest of ways. Blessings to you Keren & Cindy
Thank you, Jenny! So blessed to be one of His grapes! 🙂