I could more easily contain Niagara Falls
in a tea cup that I can comprehend the
wild, uncontainable love of God.
-Brennan Manning, The Ragamuffin Gospel
Days full to bursting keep coming. Racing through these past days, I cling to grace and delight in His countless gifts.
My list continues...
An afternoon at the nature center.
Friday night pizza with friends.
Dinner club on the porch.
Homemade pie crust.
A dear friend that invited my children over for Saturday breakfast so that I could run.
A string of perfect September days.
A lazy Sunday afternoon watching the Redskins.
Just sitting on the front steps.
Will's excitement to play football with the older boys.
"What can I do to help you, Mom?"
A big pot of soup.
New Lego sets... bought with his own money.
Playgrounds next to practice fields.
Celebrating my godson's 4th birthday.
The hymn And Can It Be
...the immeasurable riches of His grace in kindness toward us in Christ Jesus. Ephesians 2:7
“Grace is the good pleasure of God that inclines Him to bestow benefits upon the undeserving. It is… a self-caused propensity to pity the wretched, spare the guilty, welcome the outcast, and bring into favor those who were before under just disapprobation. Its use to us sinful men is to save us and make us sit together in heavenly places to demonstrate to the ages the exceeding riches of God's kindness to us in Christ Jesus.” -A.W. Tozer