Pause: To Linger For a Time
4 responses to “Pause: To Linger For a Time”
Oh Kel, did you take this photo in Scotland? It's gorgeous–one of your best! I talk about this as "spicing up my dates with God," and love to go to a sidewalk cafe, weather permitting, to a local park (where I know it is safe), to a hotel lobby (no one knows who you are), to a cozy restaurant, in my back yard on my chaise longue, and especially to our cozy cabin in the woods, where the weight of the world lifts as soon as we drive down the dusty road. We can certainly meet with the Lord anywhere, but "coming away" with Him sometimes really shifts our perspective. God has met me in significant moments at the cabin, and has shaped and changed the direction of my life. Thanks for suggesting this!LoveLynni
Kel, Now I have to get a copy of Pam's book. I am really enjoying her suggestions. Did you take this photo in Scotland? or was it here in Missouri? Love it!Hugs,Kelly
Lynni- This photo was taken during my trip to Scotland, but was actually in the Lake District of England…we saw these sheep across the lake from the hostel my sister and nieces stayed in…Coming away with the Lord in special places warms my heart and gives me fond memories of my journey with Jesus!
Glad you are enjoying Pam's book…I hope you can find a copy…I think you can get them used on amazon! I took the photo in the Lake District of England, part of my trip while in Scotland…good memories! God is good all the time and everywhere we go!
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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