The full moon is on my left high in the sky.
An aeroplane flies south just in front of the moon.
It is lit up by the light of the sun reflecting off its fuselage.
The sun is rising to my right.
The sky is changing from water colours of pink and purple to pale blue.
It will get brighter and warmer minute by minute and light up my kitchen.
Swallows twitter, swirl and rest on the telephone wires, gathering for their exit to warmer countries of the south.
I hear a croaky crow. He is scavenging for breakfast.
Like the song “All God’s creatures got a place in the choir.
Some sing low and some sing higher.
Some sing out loud on the telephone wire.”
A solitary robin tweets. I look out and he is sitting on the fence.
He will stay close all winter. He will stick it out in the Irish weather, sun, wind or cold.
The robin was my mother in law’s favourite bird.
It visited her narrow back yard.
It brought delight to her in her latter years when she was confined to her home.
She passed away last week at the age of ninety four.
The shadows of the trees and house get shorter and darker as the sun rises.
A dozen sheep form a line as they walk down to the meadow opposite to graze in the warmth of the rising sun.
Their thirst will be quenched from the dew on the grass.
Some of my roses have responded to the September warmth and sunshine.
The red and yellow blossoms surprise me.
No it is not a film studio.
It is what I see and hear as I look out from my desk this morning.
The Lord is the director of this show.
This scripture is very true.
The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.
In the heavens God has pitched a tent for the sun.
It is like a bridegroom coming out of his chamber, like a champion rejoicing to run his course.
It rises at one end of the heavens and makes its circuit to the other; nothing is deprived of its warmth. (Psalm 19:1, 4-6 NIV)
Hovering around him were seraphim, each with six wings.
In a great chorus they sang “Holy, holy, holy is The Lord Almighty! The whole earth is filled with his glory. The glorious singing shook the Temple. Isaiah 6 v 2
May the Sun of Righteousness rise with healing for you today. Malachi.
3 thoughts on “Hello Morning Glory”
Living under the shadow of His wings we find security. It is indeed where we find healing from emotional trauma as well as physical illness. There’s no place I’d rather be than in His presence, in his warm embrace.
God bless you Angela. Much love to you and Brendan.
Thank you Antonia, will take time to get over bereavement. Angela
Hi Antonia, Needed some feedback. First of all thank you for reading my blogs.
How are you. Hope you are well and prospering.
Thank you for taking an interest in my writing. I want some advice.
I notice that my writing has three themes, healing, family and nature.
What do you enjoy reading? What would you like to hear from me?
I was thinking of doing separate blogs for each topic. What do you think?
I am enjoying doing my blogs. As I start the thoughts flow. Have you thought of writing?
Look forward to hearing from you.