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Recount: To Relate in Detail; Narrate

Many, O LORD my God,
are the wonders you have done.
The things you planned for us
no one can recount to you;
were I to speak and tell of them,
they would be too many to declare. 
(Psalm 40:5 NIV)

As I put together a page recounting our recent adventures on the Erie Canal, I thought about how wonderful it is to relate in detail God’s faithfulness. To write down God’s blessings, to speak grace to one another, to retell the story of Calvary, these are just a few ways to recount God’s wonderful deeds in our life. To read the narratives of Moses, David and Daniel or to immerse ourselves in the account of the gospels, these, too are ways to reflect upon the goodness of God. 

If you didn’t get a chance to read about our adventures or want to find them all in one place, now you can by clicking on the header or here.
Where do you see God at work, 
 accomplishing wonderful 
things these days?

2 responses to “Recount: To Relate in Detail; Narrate”

  1. Kel, thank you for wearing the mantle of recounter, author, re-teller of His glories! It's a noble calling, and I"m so glad you have accepted the call! I can't wait to see the things He has planned for you as they unfold on the screen, in your journals, in your classes, and as I hear firsthand over tea. YOU are one of the precious gifts He has planned for me, long before we even met. I rejoice at that.LoveLynni

  2. Lynni- You encourage me and I appreciate the torch you carry for the gospel, writing and especially recounting God's goodness on the land of the living! Love -Kel

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Hi! My name is Kel Rohlf. I am an intuitive mixed-media artist, creative writer and performer. Life is a performance. I often attend.


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