Thursday, August 27, 2009

Swirling Breeze

Sometimes the wind blows and bangs doors. The air feels harsh and hazardous.
I have weeks like that.

Sometimes the breeze is so light that I can't feel it. The air feels stilted and stuffy. My mind can't lock onto purpose and direction. I have days like that.

Sometimes the wind is fresh and floating. The air feels uplifting and unbelievable.
I have moments like that.

And His voice was in the small breeze.

Speak to me, Oh God, I'm listening. Craning. Leaning into the quiet to hear your voice.

Where are you today?

Angie Breidenbach

Author/Speaker Bio:Angela Breidenbach is Mrs. Montana International 2009 working with Hope’s Promise Orphan Ministries, the American Heart Association, the Jadyn Fred Foundation and drawing awareness to Fair Trade practices. She serves as the American Christian Fiction Writer's Publicity Officer and is a multi-award winning inspirational author and speaker. Angela’s calling is as a purposeful life coach and educator. She’s also certified in mentor/peer counseling as a Stephen Minister and Assisting Minister. Not only did she walk the hard line of deciding to donate her mom's brain, but she is also on the brain donation list at the Brain Bank-Harvard McLean Hospital. She is married, has a combined family of six grown children, one grandson.

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Molly Noble Bull said...

God loves you, and I think He hears even when we don't think He does.

Stephanie said...

Thank you guys for stopping by my blog. This is a wonderful bog and I love that the focus is Godly.
Bless you guys!

silk purse said...

Thanks for your kind comment regarding my 9/11 memorial posting; yes even as Canadians we shall never forget!.., I pray for those affected, particualarly at this anniversary time once again!..,

Thank God for his love, healing and divine protctions, despite the mysteries of suffering in this fallen world that so desperately needs the saviour, in the person of the Lord Jesue Christ!..,

Blessings from Silken Purse

Billy Coffey said...

There are times when it seems I'm in both places, at once buffeted and calmed by the wind. Thankfully, I've come to learn that God is in both.

Stephanie said...

I loved this post. I strain some days to hear God and other days I forget to even ask.

Eileen Astels Watson said...

Amen! I'm straining to hear Him too!