This quote arrived today in my inbox and inspired today’s poem. Continue reading
I must confess: the first two lines are not mine, but I’ll credit the source. Continue reading
For those who have yet to taste the strong meat of Cloudburst, feast upon the first stanza of today’s offering. Continue reading
This post explains the background behind the Cloudburst poem “The Lord Completely Satisfies.” So where can you read it? You can’t — see the explanation here. This post is for subscribers to the email list (see link).
Often are the times when I don’t get what I want. Some of those times are easy to handle; it makes no big difference. The padaria doesn’t have the chocolate sweets I went for. Disappointment, but no big deal.
Other times would generate frustration and resentment, if I were to let it, especially in relationship.
In the struggle of one of those latter moments I wrote this poem.
You know when they happen in your life. You want to blame somebody, maybe even God.
But the problem is not in anyone but self.
Because the Lord completely satisfies. Continue reading