Heart Murmurs // The Weekend Brew
God whispers and words reach my soul. The words come unexpectedly, but show up at just the right times. God’s whispers look like pictures, poems from students, His Word, heart stopping beauty and the gifts of friendship and family.
The heart murmurs are blessings to see me through the week. God’s sweet love shining through the everyday mundane. God’s love notes left in unexpected places just waiting to be discovered.
My God whispers this week looked like…
A sunrise leaving streaks of pink and purple across the sky and a sense of God saying “Look what I did for you”!
A handwritten poem from a student laced with these words:
Silliness and laughter with a friend after school to offer release from the tension of the week
A “thank you” from my sons for being their mom – really does it get better than this?
God’s word slipped in between the pages of my devotional, my Bible app or directly from the Bible, words that spoke directly into my heart such as…
I sought the Lord and He answered me from all my fears. Those who look to Him are radiant and their faces shall never be ashamed. (Psalm 34:4-5)
Without fear there cannot be courage. Christopher Paolini
And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast. (1 Peter 5:10)
[tweetthis]Love notes tucked into our day are God’s whispers waiting to be discovered. @MaryGeisen #TheWeekendBrew[/tweetthis]
I pray for all that your week will be full of heart murmur encounters, words of grace, beauty that is heart stopping and silliness that fills your heart with joy.
What heart murmurs crossed your path this week? I would love for you to share them in the comments.
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