Grace in the Mundane

When you feel longing creep in as you pull your feet through the mud of the daily, command your spirit to rejoice. If the rocks cry out, imagine the will it takes to get a defeated soul to move. Command it anyway. Rejoice anyway. You are a child of the One who has loved you in the past for eons and will love you into forever for infinity. A man died in your place, painting you pure and lovely and nothing can steal this away from you.

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3 thoughts on “Grace in the Mundane

  1. Great reminder beautifully written. Learning to rejoice in the mundane is perhaps one of the hardest lessons we can learn. It is so easy to be caught up in waiting for the big events we forget that life is lived in the mundane small everyday events. Why Paul says, “Rejoice continually.”