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How to Fill Your Emptiness with Joy

Empty, empty, been running on empty I thought I was running toward joy but I was really chasing my hope. And when I finally arrived, what I thought was my joy turned out to be dissatisfaction. Joy is not…

Poetry

Waiting on You by Caroline Frost Shea

Hey Beloved readers! So about the brief hiatus last week…my husband and I were traveling in Taiwan and I was laptop free.  I am only just recovering from the severe jetlag that comes with a thirteen-hour time difference and…

Poetry

For a Minute by Jeff Reed

It is enough if my poem fills only one minute of your life; if it packs it brim-full, packs it quickly with a thick vigor in it, with a vital punch, for just one minute. And then let it…

Poetry

Spring into Knowing by Caroline Shea

This is one of my favorite poems I have ever written and that’s probably because it isn’t fully mine.  This is a poem God gave me in response to a question I asked Him in prayer.  Have you ever…

Poetry

To the Ephesians by Jeff Reed

“To the Ephesians” by Jeff Reed Every blessing in the heavens, grace on grace in lavish fall down, heirs of unimaginable prospect: gives us courage to welcome our bound journeys along these broken trails tangled deep in sorrow. Still a…

Poetry

How To Love Them?

When the world seems such a dim reflection how do I stir myself to move out of the secret place and onto the earth when all I want is just to be with You? Visions of a memory are…

Poetry

Winter in the City

There is a season for all things And rainbows bloom in every season. In this the winter of my waiting His promises come without directions. So I will fast my heart to the rainbow Whether colors fade or stay…

Poetry

Falling Into Perfect

Control is like a twisted rope; twisted hands unknowing build a noose. What meant to lasso peace and conquer fears, lassoed in a new song of abuse. Love cannot be captured, can’t be taken. Leaves fall off the tree…

Photography Poetry

Faith, Hope and Love

Faith, Hope and Love by Caroline Frost Shea Faith is like a fallen leaf: surrendered, floating slowly down the stream. Obstructions are just a short delay to the stronger current of the dream. Your love is that very river:…

Art Poetry

Akiane’s “Prince of Peace”

At the tender age of four, Akiane began to have visions of heaven, and there she met God.  Her Atheist parents didn’t understand how she even knew the word “God” given her sheltered upbringing free of TV, church or…