I open the window to allow the fresh air to blow through the house.
I find a seat on the couch and the First Boy plops down next to me. He clutches a pencil in his hand as my fingers fly over the computer keys. Shoulder to shoulder we write. He hums a tune as he works his spelling words into vowel patterns. I pause as I try to give voice to the heart of this post. He sets his pencil down to clap the rhythm of syllables. Deliberate and purposeful his hands come together to the beat of words.
Peace, piece, our, hour, cent, and scent—all words for life.
My spirit pauses to listen in…
He claps to the rhythm of   L I F E.
The open window becomes a passageway to my heart. I hear the leaves of the trees rustling even clapping in the wind…
Do I clap to the rhythm of life?
Or do I will for the tempo to change?
Now the Blonde Boy catches my attention. He sits on his knees sinking lower and lower into the floor. He leans into his art taped to the wall. Black marker in hand he pens his name in the lower right hand corner—
Writing identity across his creation.
Is that not what our Lord does? Write His name ever so carefully across our lives. Is He not intentional and even deliberate with the picture of our destiny?
The Blonde Boy covers the pen with its cap and wanders over to the open window. He watches in wonder as the curtain transforms into a sail. The wind fills the fabric with its breath. His blue eyes widen as the sail swells. Anticipation lights up his face. I know what he’s thinking—
How high will the sail fly?
How high indeed. How high or low will the Wind take us? I feel the coolness of the breeze fill the room—and I know—our sail will soon change direction.
Will I go where the Wind blows or will I resist with the weight of an anchor?
The bronze fabric balloons high and then whips wildly to the wind. I hear them again—the trees clapping to the rhythm. They know—I know—to trust in the Wind.
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Are you yielding to Holy Spirit to lead you? What direction is He taking you in?
Here or somewhere…be real.
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Reflective Scripture
5 Trust in the LORD with all your heart
and lean not on your own understanding;
6 in all your ways submit to him,
and he will make your paths straight
Proverbs 3:5-6
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Mighty Breath of God by Jesus Culture
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