When Night Becomes Morning

28 thoughts on “When Night Becomes Morning”

  1. Amen! I have often thought during this time how so many are turning to Him! It reminds me of my first husbands funeral. He had witnessed to many family members during his life who never accepted salvation yet during his funeral at least 13 of them did. God used something hard to fulfill his purpose. God is using this time to enlarge His kingdom and by His grace when that final one is saved we will all be with Him!🙌🏼❤️ I pray your post reaches many for Him today! It will provoke great thoughts and has the ability to turn hearts towards Him.

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    1. Good morning, Misty. Thank you for trusting me with part of your story. 13 lives saved as your husband left this earth is a miracle! Yes, God is still in that business. I pray too, along with you, that He draw more and more to Himself. The Word says “every eye will see”. That jumped out at me this morning. Praise God!


  2. Thank you for this uplifting reminder. I love your pictures. I enjoy watching the sky. The sky and creation remind me that God is greater than all my problems. Praying for you, Julie. Stay safe and well. 💗

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  3. Julie, the Lord has annointed you to bring light into the darkness. May he bless you for being obedient and faithful to speak words of truth to encourage those who are feeling uncertain, fearful, confused, and lonely. Theses words greeted me this morning after a fitful sleep, encouraging me to knees in surrender. God is faithful. Prayers for you and the family. ~Dena, Beloved Daughter of God

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  4. I am looking forward to when the night is no more and morning greets us in eternity. God is using you to point us to Him and it is beautiful to see. Praying for you as you follow God’s leading to bring others into His fold.

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    1. Thank you so much Mary, your word confirm I am listening. Oh I falter in that listening. It really takes removing any and all distractions (which is next to impossible in our humble home with two teens) for me to know for certain what words and Scripture to give. Thank you for those prayers. This morning I lift you up to Our Great Redeemer as you continue your walk to the Cross.

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  5. Amen!! As I read this I was reminded of the last words I spoke to my Father-in-law, and the last words my Mom spoke to her Father-in-law: “I’ll see you in the morning, Dad.” And, OH how glorious that morning will be. Thank you for sharing encouragement and photos that point us back to His own coming to bring us to Himself. May the Lord continue to bless your words as you share what He gives you to speak and to write. He is our only Hope. Love and blessings to you Dear Sister!

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    1. Oh my, the glory! Will our eyes be able to stand it? Will our hearts melt in His presence? Yes, praise God for His living breathing hope. Love and blessings to your dear Bettie as you continue your walk to the Cross this Holy week.

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  6. Julie, I appreciated your Christian witness as well as the photography. Our Lord finds ways to reach out to us when we need Him most in our lives. He is always there. May God continue to bless you and your family as we experience Easter’s Hope every day.

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