The Word: Revelation
“My soul, sit thou a patient looker-on. Judge not the play before the play is done. Her plot hath many changes; every day. Speaks a new scene; the last act crowns the play.” Francis Quarles (1592 – 1644)
A beautiful and most eloquent way to remind us that all things will be revealed in time – when we practice patience.
What are you hoping to have revealed to you? How will you “live the word” today?
Living The Word
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So, what does “revelation” mean to you? Ponder it and share your thoughts. Also, include your thoughts and examples of how you lived hope throughout today. It would be very nice to also read about your day on my Facebook page. So do come visit, like the page and post pictures, leave comments and share your thoughts.
Continue to enjoy this beautiful Saturday! Looking forward to your company for the rest of this Summer Word Challenge. Yesterday, the word was “Hope,” and today as we live “Revelation,” my wish for you (and myself) is that whatever are our deepest desires will take root in our lived experiences.
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Namaste until tomorrow.