Strength From the Sorrow – Streams in the Desert, March 11

“Weeping inconsolably beside a grave can never give back love’s banished treasure, nor can any blessing come out of such sadness. Sorrow makes deep scars; it writes its record ineffaceably on the heart which suffers. We really never get over our great griefs; we are never altogether the same after we have passed through them…… Continue reading Strength From the Sorrow – Streams in the Desert, March 11

Re-Post: Thoughts on Psalm 84

I quietly went to our bedroom, closing the door behind me.  And by the bedside, I prayed and calmly lay my son on the altar.  I did not like doing it.  I cannot say my heart was in it…  Click here to read the whole thing.   Save

Thoughts on Psalm 84

PSALM 84 To the chief Musician upon Gittith, A Psalm for the sons of Korah. 1 How amiable are thy tabernacles, O LORD of hosts! Hans was happy at home.  He loved this place, our little log house – our little tabernacle in the woods; the land, the creek, the surrounding fields and forests.  And…… Continue reading Thoughts on Psalm 84