Where Morning Dawns and Evening Fades


I went to Sister Terri’s poetry page and just knew I would be stuck. Here’s one I have to share. Feel the AWE of the Lord in this illustrated poem! Remember if reading some older translations, the fear of the Lord means to be in AWE of! God bless and enjoy!

A Story By Me

My heart swells with joy when I see my husband is posting sunrise pictures on Facebook while he is supposed to be at work.  I hope he doesn’t mind that I borrowed his picture for my blog post today.

psalm 658One masterpiece fades softly into the background as another flows quietly and seamlessly forward erasing the darkness as bright colors begin spilling over the sky turning what was once a star covered canvas into a fiery sky of oranges and golds, beauty so captivating I have to stop and just watch in awe. Where morning dawns and evening fades I enter the place where joy is made.

The whole earth is filled with awe at your wonders;
    where morning dawns, where evening fades,
    you call forth songs of joy. Psalm 65:8

As you go through your day today slow down and pay attention to all the beautiful gifts God surrounds you with.  I think you will…

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About Roland Ledoux

Pastor of Oasis Bible Ministry, an outreach ministry of intercessory prayer, encouragement and exhortation of the Word of God. I live in Delta, Colorado with my beautiful wife of 40+ years and a young yellow lab whom we affectionately named Bella.
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One Response to Where Morning Dawns and Evening Fades

  1. T says:

    Wow I just don’t know what to say, 2 reblogs in 1 day, thank you so much!. My husband took that picture with a phone camera, that sunrise was such a blessing for him that day and also for me to see that he was taking time from his work day to notice God’s gift.

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