The Grace of God’s Mission

“The people who survived the sword,
Found grace in the wilderness…” Jeremiah 31:2 NKJV

What does grace in the wilderness look like? It looks like…

A morning message that stirs the Spirit.

A gift from someone who has walked THIS road.

A letter from a marriage on the mend.

 A symbol to hold out Hope’s light.

A word to keep carrying on.

A card in the mail from a friend.

A text of tenderness and blessing.

What does grace in the wilderness look like?

The shedding of a brand new light…on a very old promise.

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8 Responses to The Grace of God’s Mission

  1. melizaga says:

    Oh my.., loooove this. Grace in the wilderness looks so beautiful.

  2. Micki Ann Harris says:

    I had never noticed “that” verse before….you have indeed shed a brand new light on a very old promise….
    May grace abound as you heal from the sword which has pierced your heart, but will not take your Life.

  3. Yvette says:

    Love Micki’s quote… may need to borrow that. “May grace abound as you heal from the sword which has pierced your heart, but WILL NOT take your life.” BEAUTIFUL, Micki!As always, your words and pictures are a healing balm of insight. Thank you.

  4. Yvette, I had the privilege of hearing Micki Ann speak at a conference two weeks ago. Each message carried the HOPE of redemption and was so very anointed…I was overwhelmed. I drank deeply of every word spoken. “Healing balm of insight…” WELL SAID.

  5. amberly says:

    The work of grief is a gift, but it is work. I keep praying for you to know more of God’s mercy through this season of such profound sadness and ache.

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