Dusk & Dawn

Such beautiful words from children, inspired by the beauty and tranquility of nature. God bless these little ones, and may they continue to bring Him glory as they draw on His beauty and might in creation, to create words that touch people’s hearts and reveal the One who is called the Prince of Peace, Lord of lords, King of kings, Emmanuel, Alpha and Omega, Mighty God, the Great I AM, the One and only true Living God!

As I admire the picture (of Castle Mountain) embedded in this blogpost, I couldn’t help missing the Canadian Rockies so so much it brought a tear to my eye… Such is the power of the beautiful majestic mountains, that moves my soul within, calls me to attention every time I am near. For it draws my focus onto their Creator who is far more greater than they are, and infinitely more gorgeous and mighty than all of them combined – His Majesty, The Lord of everything, The Lord, our God.

Bless The Lord. Bless God from all of me. ❤️

Lynn Dove's Journey Thoughts

castle-mountainI taught a creative writing course at the Christian school I teach at and I promised to highlight some of my students’ work on “Journey Thoughts”.  I know you will join with me in applauding their outstanding work and I hope you will be as moved as I was by their inspirational writing!

Dusk & Dawn – a poem by Timothy and Elijah (Grade 8 students)

“Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” – Robert Frost

Exposition – by Timothy

I stand here on this peaceful dusk,

As sunset starts to gleam.

A golden shade of peacefulness

Majestic sunset’s beam.

The world is tired, filled with wear,

The villages asleep,

And soon to wake, when dawn sets in,

When sunlight becomes deep.

The mountains stand in harmony,

Protecting those who sleep,

The summer air caressing them,

For no, they do not weep.

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