It's exhale morning
our 'free' day at English Camp
the kids are shouting and yelling
in the next room with the most
amazing hubby in the world;)
Life is good and yet not
There's relief in Dad coming
home, but yet changes that
mark the fleeting nature of life.
there's the excitement of
the new things coming, we're
sending out to all the world
from this little town in Western
and yet, it's the lostness and the glory
the breathing is calling me to the
larger expanse. to the kind
of in that takes in the weight
of souls that roam having no
knowledge of love & heaven
and what has changed everything.
there's that deep desire to live
these breaths like they really are
moment to moment taking me
closer to Home and their sum
total is GLORY.
GLORY seen in the face of the
dying One, who suffered, yes,
suffered, and then he died.
He gave it all and held nothing
back, and this is the road to
GLORY...all the GLORY that
ever matters and the One
who is my heart's desire.
Right here in this morning of freedom
I look forward to a day of exhaling
with kids and being family even as
the inhale dives deeper for the
journey ahead, for the ones who
are in agony and need hope.
for the heart of the beating Christ
to be the anthem, the prayer,
the breath, the sigh of what
remains and the embrace of
knowing Him in the journey.