Grace has brought a blue-topped spiral notebook as well as two big containers—one of markers, one of crayons.
She’s drawn a yellow sun in the left corner, and I smile because the prelude was called “Sun of my Soul.” We missed the prelude.
“Be sure to put the top back on when you’re done,” I lean down and whisper as she pops it off the blue marker and sweeps a sky back and forth across the white page.
Our pastor’s been preaching on the book of Revelation. He reminds us this morning that the book ends “like most great stories do.” The last chapters, he says, are hope filled.
He talks briefly about the 1969 hit song, “Crystal Blue Persuasion.” I remember it. But it’s not about drugs, he tells us. Tommy James wrote the lyrics based on imagery from the book of Revelation.
Who knew? Or am I the last to know?
I’m over at BibleDude.net today. Won’t you head over for the rest of the story?
Miss Sandra, that is some God-grande image! Wow. It’s my (new) favorite of yours. Heading over to read the rest.
(may the Lord wrap you in His peace and love and grace this day, my dear friend)