Thursday, January 14, 2021

WINTERS LIGHT

'Good morning world.Don't you simply love the divine sight of a winters light? Oh don’t you just adore the cold soft glow of newly fallen snow? Saying that as you know the New Year has started, and in most places that means it is cold, grey, gloomy, and maybe even snowy, because it is FRIGID JANUARY..... That’s why, knowing it is icy January, as I am looking out my window I am trying to ignore the bone chilling thrill that started in December. Instead I am totally concentrating on how much I love seeing the glorious snow falling down, as a bitter winter’s light is touching the ground. Therefore in its snowy tumble coming down from the sky I know we all love the white of a winters light that has again brought a new delightful thought and pretty picture to my mind. So in the white of winters light, as I am again watching the snow blowing, I thought I would reflect on what all is involved in winter’s scary calling, found in the pretty snow fall of a cold freezing morning. And in that silent icy thought looking at things on the surface everything looks nice, clean, quiet, and white. Yes indeed on the inside everything in a nice delightful snowfall, in the winters light looks all right! Yet in the Deception Perception of a slick black ice winter’s mourning’s sight, have you ever noticed how things that are so very Breath-takingly beautiful, are also extremely dangerous in their own right. And saying that knowing the cold can take your breath away as well as crack your back, as I am looking at the gorgeous white blanket of snow lying on the ground below my window today, I realize for some this cold snowy day is a sweetly beautiful, comfy, snuggly, drinking hot chocolate comforting thing in every way. Yes after all, with winters gentle white light, there is a quiet hinted harboring of pretty green spring arriving. But Wait. Is that all winter is? Because for others who are not patiently waiting for the pretty Iris flowers to stop by, in their eyes there is a deadly challenge arising, since pretty soon they will be driving, also hydroplaning, slipping, dipping, flipping then sliding. So that leads me to realize what is beautiful on the inside to behold for some, on the cold outside, will lead to many deadly accidents on the road for others! That means, as I am looking at the slick ice skating rink sheet of ice laying out in front of my eyes forming a frozen mirror of clear water ahead, beautiful in its deadly disguise, I have realized if you get a chance to stay inside, the reflections of a winters light will be peacefully gliding by, and serene to the sight.. But if you have to walk or drive anywhere at all, the black ice and white paradise found in a beautiful winter’s sight will be extremely deadly as your rolling foot loses hold of the pavements side. So all of that got me thinking about good, bad, beautiful, ugly, right, wrong, heaven and hell, laughing, bawling, standing and falling, happy also sad, as a lot of living, dying, and falling thoughts started going through my head! And those transitioning thoughts led me again to reflect on what falling down really means to the trees and our knees !So realizing falling down means many things especially as we are thinking about living forever, or dying, how can you keep from falling down when you lose contact with the ground? How can you stand in sin alone when you are losing control? How can someone who is broken apart become whole? So, right now thinking less of your cracked back, and more about your cold soul, you need to know that in a winters light to stand and not fall, you need to know Jesus Christ over all! Because only Jesus Christ will give you a strong footing in the snow as you go! Only Jesus Christ will give you an Iron Man hold on earth as morning to night in the glowing winters light and in every season’s sight following after faster young or old, He will also save you soul. That means on your slippery slope only Jesus Christ will make things right as we enjoy our days and nights, while playing in the summer, spring, fall, and the winters light.

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