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Monday, June 10, 2019

A Hunger: By Faith: Prayers and Poetry


Hebrews 11:14, “for people who speak in this way make it clear that they are seeking a homeland.”

A Hunger

Prophets and Pastors have often spoken of a deep hole within us that will remain ever empty until we recognize God’s love and presence.  And then sometimes when that chasm is filled the hunger to go deeper and deeper in relationship lingers.

When we receive a newborn in our families we experience pure delight and awe. It is amazing to see how each child snuggles into their family with his or her own version of recognition. He may take a unique cuddling position as he chooses each for dad and for grandma and if shifted when with that person into a possible different angle he immediately reacts with a tiny squawk. With mom any position is fine as long as he’s held by her.

This fragile child instinctively knows to whom he belongs and wholly trusts.

We may wonder why we so often seek You but don’t find You. Is it because You are infinite and since we don’t really comprehend, or can grasp infinity, we settle for substitutes? And don’t hear our internal squawk of dismay warning us that we are moving away from Your safe arms?

Lord, please create in each of us a heart hunger that knows and recognizes You so instinctively that we will turn away from emptiness and false imitations. Keep us in Your peace.

Your thoughts,


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