Rebecca Digrugilliers is a wife, mother of 4 girls, and homeschool leader. She lives in a hard to heat lovely old farmhouse in central NC with her husband, Aaron, and writes on her blog, From My Mountain View, Words, Works & Rabbit Holes. I have been blessed and inspired by her writing for some time, but this one, this post, I wanted to share here with you. May it cause you to stop and think and see and enjoy the moments in your day. We can miss so much being in a hurry, and like Rebecca says…”God placed a miracle in the normal and spoke through it.”
Read on and click to finish the piece. Love & Grace to you all, friends.
Truth is, we can’t. We cannot, as hard as we try or strive or feel discontent doing the same old or ordinary or usual, live a life apart from it. And as long as we are focused on the irritation of the mundane, that is all you and I will see, sweet friend.
This past weekend I heard a recount of the story of Moses and the burning bush, for quite possibly the thousandth time in my life so far. But this time it was different.
I heard something I’ve never heard before. A revelation of the simplest magnitude.
Burning bushes in the desert were normal.
Bam. (Follow this link to the rest of the post.)