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Seaside Change, The Novella
The original one contains the companion 30-Day Devotional and Discussion Guide. This is the novella only, which was requested and I formatted for Kindle.
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Be Encouraged Today
I don’t like feet, except my granddaughter’s feet of course. But once those feet start walking I may change my mind. I cannot even stand to touch my own feet so you can imagine how pedicures go! Continue reading Simple Feet
Walking up and down the seashore is a stroll in paradise for those of us who collect shells.
There are some beaches that are better than others, but one can always finds shells of some kind. It indeed becomes a treasure hunt of sorts.
When my husband and children would see them, we would pick them up and examine them. If that shell was whole, we would place it in our collector bag. If the shell was broken, we discarded it, finding no worth in keeping it.
One year I started picking up the broken ones…and keeping them. The kids were not quite sure why I would do that until I shared some ideas with them…glue them on mirrors, frames, etc.
I am so glad that the Father did not discard me when He found me broken. I can see my Abba walking down the shore, picking up every shell and piece of shell. It doesn’t matter the shape, size or color. Each one is precious to Him. None are discarded. He gently picks them up and places them in his pocket to examine in greater detail later. Each one is special, each one will have a place.
The Father uses His creation to teach us so much! Seashells by the seashore! Some are broken, battered and in small pieces that don’t even appear have been part of a shell. And yet, we have been broken, battered and sometimes we are not recognizable. Still Father finds us…and let’s us know that we are of use. We are loved. He gently restores us and and loves us…just as we are……
So next time you are walking along that beach…pick up the shells and don’t forget the pieces.