But What of the Dark?

August 4, 2012 | 9 comments

 

This moon rose up over the line of pine and birch — in all its luminous glory — here on the shore of a little Minnesota lake where we’ve been kicking back with family this week.

The quote, above, is from a dear Jesus-sister and friend, Ann Voskamp, author of One Thousand Gifts. 

Have a blessed, restful, glory-filled weekend, friends…

(Submitted in community with two other sister-friends, Sandra Heska King and Deidra Riggs.)

 

 

by | August 4, 2012 | 9 comments

9 Comments

  1. Lyn

    How beautiful, Jennifer! I just love visiting your place…your words, your photos…pure loveliness. Thank you!

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  2. S. Etole

    We had tornado warnings 10 miles north of here last night so didn’t get to see that moon. I wondered if you were having severe weather where you were. We did get 2 1/2 inches of refreshing rain … probably more than we have had all summer.

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  3. Danelle

    Love. Just love this. Such truth Jennifer! 🙂

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  4. Joanne Norton

    I hope you have a glorious restful time. You need some rest… all our present-day heavy stress can wear us out.

    Lovely photo, good thinking.

    Blessings, J.

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  5. Elizabeth, wynnegraceappears

    Jennifer, beautiful. So so lovely. Your heart, Ann’s words,and your gorgeous photography. A perfect combination.

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  6. Shelly Miller

    Oh, I’ve captured a few of those beautiful moon setting photos on my lake in Ontario. But I think I need a lesson in night photography. You captured it beautifully. And I love that Ann, every word she writes is full of wisdom. Hope you’re having a restful time of joy.

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  7. Jason Stasyszen

    What a powerful truth that we need reminder of often. Thanks Jennifer.

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  8. Sharon O

    Your words, along with Ann’s are beautiful.

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