If you ever wondered what a school secretary and the Principal really do when the kids are outside at recess, well this second grader knows the real truth.
I love all the stars, hearts and what looks like balloons hanging from the ceiling in Maddison’s drawing. They are actually brightly colored paper flowers our student remembers seeing hanging in the office.
Kids aren’t always looking for fireworks and a plugin device to look at, sometimes it’s simply floating flowers in the most unusual places that brings joy to their heart and delight to the eye.
ps: The Principal is actually on the playground during Recess and I am at my desk putting on Band-Aids or washing woodchips, yes, you heard me right, woodchips from kids eyes. I haven’t actually found a “woodchip” in anyone’s eye, but I guess when Oklahoma winds get blowing even a piece of dust can feel like a wood chip in the eye.😊🎐
“You shall tread upon the lion and the cobra…” Psalm 91:13 NKJV
Verse 13 was one of the last Faith Pictures for Psalm 91 left for me to photograph.
I would pray and ask for God’s eye to point me in the right direction, but “Lion and cobra” left me blinded each time.
Interestingly, The Passion Translation notes this on verse 13.
“The Hebrew includes words for “lions,” “snakes,” and “dragons” as the three great symbols of satanic power.” [pg. 875]
Isn’t that just like us in the natural? How do we stomp on lions and cobras when we can’t see anything physical to stomp on.
Today’s picture is of the eclipse that occurred a few years back.
Remember the media and authorities warning us daily to “Don’t look”, “Don’t go out”, you may be blinded or something worse?
Well, I did go out. No, I didn’t look directly into the sky to see what was happening, but oh how I would have missed seeing the awesome display of God’s power dancing on the paths around my house.
Today, in God’s wisdom and discernment, may we not fear what the world fears, both in the natural and the unseen. Stepping into the Light of His path knowing in our heart, we will “the serpent you shall trample underfoot.” because Jesus “bruised His head” for us at Calvary. Genesis 3:15