Finding Strength in the Lord

 "Be still, and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth."

-Psalm 46:10

During challenging times and hitting roadblocks on our journey towards a closer intimacy with the Lord it is important that we never lose hope or sight of God's overall plan for us. We do not always know what the plan is that God has for us, but in trusting God we can find strength to help us through the difficult times in our lives. We all have our own vocation given to us as a gift from our Father, and sometimes it takes time for us to receive that gift. I am blessed that God has given me the gift of being called to religious life, and because of perseverance and love I know that one day I will be able to open that gift when I am able to say "Yes", to Him as a beloved bride of Christ.

Divine Romance
A solemn shadow stirs the soul
as the flute whistles a tone of midday dreary.
The crimson core weeps deeply,
around the shore of silence
with raindrops gliding down her cheeks
she sees the footprints in the sand.

The wind steadily howls
and dances across the dune
as the heart thunders loudly
with a flash of lightening
and a torrent deep and wide.

The seductive serpent crawls upon the ground
with an evil hiss and
a fiery, sharpened tongue.
He takes his refuge beneath the elder tree
lurking in the bushes
as the young lioness roars
underneath the warm rays of the sun
and blue velvet sky.

The music of the ten-stringed lyre
and the soft melody of the harp 
with a gentle voice calling out to her
grace sweeps her off her feet
and ignites a burning fire in her heart.

The fluttering of the quiet flame
and whispering truth
the swishing sword shatters the dark
as the stream of the Divine
with rushing water flows through.

A gaze in the mirror;
face unveiled
eyes upon the tainted glass,
the love of Christ revealed.

The Beloved beckons to her
as he heals the open wound,
he embraces the small, shepherd girl
with a holy kiss,
she knows this divine romance is true.


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