SUNDAY STILLNESS – Expect Wonder

Sunday Stillness – Expect Wonder

Last week we started our Bible Study called Wonderstruck by Margaret Feinberg. In the first lesson Margaret encourages us to pray for wonder and then to expect to find it. I woke up the next morning and prayed.

Now I have to explain something about that morning. I do a Joy Dare with Ann Voskamp. That morning I looked for reflections with my camera. I found some lovely ones. Then I pointed my camera at a print by F.H. Varley and was astonished to see the Cross.

Yes there was God speaking to me.

Surprised by wonder – the first morning of saying that prayer.

Here is the picture that I caught. I could not see the cross with my eye – only through the camera’s lens.

Expect Wonder

 

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8 thoughts on “SUNDAY STILLNESS – Expect Wonder

    1. JanisCox Post author

      Maureen,
      I was working on Margaret’s book Wonderstruck – then I prayed for wonder – and then the cross.
      Wow!!!
      Blessings,
      Janis

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  1. Mia

    Dear Janis
    What an incredible picture! Surely a gift of love especially for you from your Pappa. Thanks fro sharing.
    Blessings
    Mia

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  2. Diane | An Extraordinary Day

    What a great story!! I love how God works!
    You know, the camera lens probably has a filter on it…and that filter was able to pick up the cross. I wonder what ‘filters’ we need in order to see God in other everyday things? Hmmm…
    May your week be Extraordinary, Janis!

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  4. Nina

    Such a lovely photo – with a reflection! It’s so true that we need to expect miracles and be thankful for each and every one!

    Reply

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