Starry Night

Starry Night

Jesus was a poet of his own internal experience.

If your faith cannot be woven into
the mundane stuff of everyday life and activities,
it is not a living faith.

God is nearer than we imagine.
Begin your search for God
in the ordinary and familiar.

God can be found in your garden,
in your attic and in the grocery store.
God is in a summer breeze
and the beauty of a starry night.

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1 Response to “Starry Night”


  1. 1 writeathome April 28, 2009 at 9:19 pm

    We can often miss God looking for Him in the big and spectacular when He is right there in the common arena of our lives. Enjoyed the thought that you shared here in this poem.


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