Haiku winter

Winter Reflection

Photo by Gary Fultz on Unsplash

the frosty oak limbs

catching the first morning sun

point to rays of hope

But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength.

Isaiah 40:31a (NIV)

By davidsdailydose

I'm just a regular guy who was
tempted to lose all hope but did not. It was God who made the difference.

6 replies on “Winter Reflection”

I sure love that picture David. The frost pieces practically glowed in the dark from the first rays of sun. Definitely rays of hope. I was up early as a family member (close cousins daughter) had their plane go down in Alaska…”Hope” is quite a word. Just google plane crash on lake in Alaska. 5 mission people all survived. Quite a miraculous story

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I found the story, Gary. It was the locals who arrived first to care for the injured. Without their help, fatalities could have occurred. This makes me think that the people closest to us are often the easiest to help. The mission field begins outside my front door.

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So true. So many things went miraculously right after going down in a storm. They hit a lake, someone sent out coordinates as they were going down, two guys with broken bodies pulled two more out as fuel was puddling, Our gal drug herself out with 3 crushed vertebrae (among other things broken), they lay in the snow in the storm freezing to death in the snow as they were found….It doesn’t stop there. Someday a story will be written.

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