During the cooler months when I come home in the early evening
I can see my house as I drive over the causeway onto this rather tiny sort-of an island.
The sun is setting over the Atlantic and it's majestic light
reflects in the windows of my living room.
When I get inside I light a scented candle
set out to watch the gloaming
and the evening settling in.
let your light so shine before men
that they may see your good works
and glorify your father, which is in heaven.
Your descriptive writing is so beautiful and welcoming! And of course I agree, since that is the name of my blog!ReplyDelete
I so was drawn in and captivated by the description of you coming home and the beauty around you. Thank you for sharing. we are neighbors today over at #SpiritualSundaysReplyDelete
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i read that very Bible scripture this morning!!!! AWESOME. We have a very rainy Sat here too in eastern NY but I'm cozy with my fuzzy slipper socks, a steaming mug of maple coffee and my Apple Cinnamon Candle. OH and I baked Pumpkin Chocolate Chip muffins for "dessert" tonight while we watch the red sox beat the Dodgers (we PRAY!!). :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing the beautiful word image. I love coming home!ReplyDelete
There's something so lovely about a candle in these days of early darkness.ReplyDelete
I love picturing your daily homecoming!
I can sense the peace in your home through this photo and your words!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo with your wonderful post. I like the lighted candle whenever you arrive home. I too love to lighted candles. :)ReplyDelete
Lovely thought. Peace, quiet, and light.ReplyDelete
You have vividly described a beautiful and wonderful scene in your returning home in the evening. And I love that Scripture!ReplyDelete
Beautifully written! Your words pained a lovely picture and wonderful encouragement from Scripture. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete