Slowly the snow falls. Swirling and whirling in a wind, it freezes time, it calls us to admire the attitude of solitude. “Be still and know…” the Creator of snowflakes…softly He beckons us to rest.
Psalm 45 ” My heart is stirred by a noble theme as I recite my verses for the king; my tongue is the pen of a skillful writer. You are the most excellent of men and your lips have been anointed with grace, since God has blessed you forever.”
As a curious kid of the King, there is more to consider The Wonder of Snow
The best life is filled with grace. That life is found in Jesus, Who is the Way, the Truth and the Life. Many people sail through life thinking happiness is something they have created. Good fortune, success in work and play, toys purchased, places seen — all things they think they brought about. Yet when they lose their health or their stuff, they despair. Sometimes it takes the loss of this established order, to enlighten our darkened hearts. The reality is that God’s favor, protection and provision remains on those who trust Him and obey. Joy of an eternal nature will ever last. Such JOY is found in our quick obedience to confess that without God’s grace we would expire. This is because God’s grace fills the holes in our holiness. Even loss of worldly comforts can not bring about despair to those that love God above all else. Those who are fully persuaded, know that the God we worship, forgives, loves, issues mercy and 70 x 7 chances to return to His grace. How can we despair when we have been showered with such an abundance of grace that no hardship that comes our way can detract from the peace and joy that we have experienced in our life in Christ?
Compared to this grace filled life, all else is but folly. Grace has liberated us from all the temporal nature of earthly happiness, and has taken up residence in our heart, from which springs forth the healing that transforms us. This grace makes us whole, and our sickness disappears as though it never was. Unspeakable Joy