Wheel of Life: #FiveMinuteFriday


The wheel of life is a mosaic. Moments packed with frustrations, lamentations and negotiations. There’s the mountain-highs in our heart glowing in wild color. And the everyday work that carries an illusion of boredom but boasts of opportunity. All spread out like a fan. Birth and death will meet after many turns. How we receive Him, how joyful we are, how surrendered … make that last blast essential.

I am safe, protected and worthy in my journey. His cross stood tall while He perished. All those moments of regret, flawed phrases, harsh actions, soul-depleted attempts at love … is covered by His Cross.

Thank you, Jesus.

If we choose life in submission to His Cross, light streams thorough the broken blocks. The Cross changes our course, creating expansive possibilities far beyond our imagination’s limits.

Please join me in prayer to connect more of His sheep with His cross:


Dear Jesus,
So many praises for Your mighty power displayed for Your glory! Today, I thank You for painful sacrifice to bring us crazy freedom.
Lord, I ask boldly that all pictures of Your Cross inspire those whose souls are weighted with sin. I pray over all those depressed, victims of abuse, lonely, addicted, lost and disconnected from any family. May they see Your powerful Cross and be inspired to walk into church, seek answers to their questions, and turn their face to You.

In Your Holy Powerful Name,


Thank you for visiting. This piece was written for Five Minute Friday. The word prompt today was inspire. You are welcome to join this community of writers. Go to http://www.fiveminutefriday.com

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12 thoughts on “Wheel of Life: #FiveMinuteFriday

  1. Amen & Amen. While reading this beautiful prayer – post , the hymn Old rugged cross is touching my mind.
    ” On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross,
    The emblem of suff’ring and shame;
    And I love that old cross where the Dearest and Best for a world of lost sinners was slain.
    So I’ll cherish the old rugged cross,
    Till my trophies at last I lay down;
    I will cling to the old rugged cross,
    And exchange it someday for a crown.”
    God bless you dear Julie.

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    • Hi Lesley, thank you for visiting. Yes, as your post poignantly states, looking to Our Creator who called us forth to write helps. Thank you for your kind words about the prayer. My heart is heavy for the lost and broken 💙May your weekend be blessed, again and again!


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