“May the hand of a friend always be near you, and may God fill your heart with gladness to cheer you.” – Irish blessing
“I am the true vine and my [Maker] is the vineyard keeper. [The vineyard keeper] removes any of my branches that don’t produce fruit and trims any branch that produces fruit so that it will produce even more fruit.” – John 15:1-2 (CEB)
After a fire in 1194 that destroyed most of it, Chartres Cathedral was rebuilt in an amazing 26 years instead of the usual century-plus required to build cathedrals. May the building you do today be just as amazing, whether in relationships, creativity, physical structures, or whatever else.
Signs of amazing grace are as bountiful as raindrops on a leaf.
We have wounded the earth. Forgive us.
Embrace the beauty in what’s different among us — and what’s the same.
The seeds that will birth tomorrow are being formed within us now.
An impressionistic photo tries to convey feelings. May you convey feelings of God’s love to many today.
Midday prayer offers strength and comfort for the journey ahead.
Sing out, bells. Shout out praise.
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