Thursday, October 9, 2014

Enter In

Enter in. 
Enter into His gates with Thanksgiving in your heart. 

Enter in. 
"used to indicate location or position within something"
A location. 
Enter in. 
The door is open. 
You need to walk through. 
Not when you're happy. 
Not when things are going swell. 
That's not what it says. 
Enter in.
Just as you are. 
When you're hurting. 
When life is overwhelming. 
When your weary soul aches with breathing in and out. 
Enter in. 
My heart hurts. 
The burning sensation returned. 
All the dreams and hopes; all these years. 

In a moment. 
Enter in. 
An invitation. 
Enter into His courts with Praise. 
Enter in with Thanksgiving in your heart. 
But I don't feel like it. 
Enter in. 

Psalm 100:4
Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; 
give thanks to him and praise his name.

The Praise comes. 
The Thanksgiving overflows. 
Enter in. 
It only takes one step. 

The glorious back light on the mountain tonight. 
The sound of the kids outside giggling and laughing.
Chicks, (Not really, but yes, really)
I have ears to hear the chicks. 
Resources to purchase and help the chicks to grow. 
My farmer. 
Lessons I am learning in the deep struggle.
Enter in. 

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