Saturday, May 5, 2012



What is it, exactly, in our ancient make-up, that tendency to settle for a single piece of fruit, in lieu of the garden we've been given?  Eve's leftover legacy, passed down to her posterity.

God has so much for us, yet we resign ourselves to basics and bare minimums; begging for crumbs when we've been offered a feast....settling for anxiety, when we're offered still waters, seeking survival though we've been offered abundant life.

I'm not talking about monetary gain, earthly riches, I'm talking about richness of spirit, knowing God, intimacy in the inner courts, versus an existence on the outskirts of our Kingdom.

Knowing God and finding, in the knowing, peace with the unknown.  Lingering long enough with the Lover of our souls, till life's pressing problems fall to the periphery, take their place proportional to the protection of the Overseer of our souls.

We've been offered a priveleged place in Heaven, VIP passes into the very presence of Almighty God; we were not made to grouse around on the outskirts of Grace.

“Come! All who are thirsty, come to the waters; and you who have no money, come, buy and eat.  Yes, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price.
Why do you spend money for what is not bread, and your wages for what does not satisfy?  Listen carefully to Me, and eat what is good, and let your soul delight itself in abundance."

-Isaiah 55:1,2



  1. Yes, oh thanks for reminding me
    to open my heart to the bountiful,
    to the more-than-enoughness,
    to the overwhelmingly generous love
    that waits at the table
    for us to come:)
    thanks for this brilliant reminder,

  2. Every time I pass through this realm, I am replenished and smile with knowing xxx

  3. You have such
    an amazing spirit,
    my friend.....

    Loving these words,

    xo Suzanne

  4. Hi Liz....
    Since you have a no-reply
    blogger address, just wanted
    to pop by and thank you for
    your kind words on my last
    post and to send you happy
    summer wishes! Hope all is
    well in your world, my friend.
    xo S.

  5. Hello, my old friend.

    You know how life gets busy and you loose track of blogger friends? And then something sparks and you search them out?
    And you find that you love them as much as ever?
    That's me.
    And you.

    Hello, old friend.