Your Reflection



Your Reflection


How does your Spirit

fit inside

this tiny heart of mine

when You are omnipresent

without borders

without time?

How does your Spirit

flow to fill

every single soul

that’s put their trust

in your Son

and yet

remaining whole?

Is my heart

a water droplet


but mirror-like inside

so that your

completeness is carried

and then reflected

visible from



I’m glad for the mysteries that I do not understand.  It makes life as a grand library full of good books I have yet to read.  As soon as we stop learning, or we think we have all the answers, then we have ceased growing and truly living.

Spiritual Growth Blessings ~ Wendy

Do you like good mysteries that have a true-hearted Hero and a happy ending?  I sure do!

Having believed, you were marked in him with a seal, the promised Holy Spirit,

And in him you too are being built together to become a dwelling in which God lives by his Spirit.

Ephesians 1:13 & 2:22


38 thoughts on “Your Reflection

  1. I love that droplet of water, and even more the mystery of our tiny, shabby hearts containing the Holy Spirit. Only God!! Blessings, friend–Alison

  2. Love the idea of God’s Spirit operating without borders – a new tweak on the omniscient theme for me. I spent a long time yesterday trying to capture some icicles dripping – it takes a steady hand! 🙂

    1. Melody, it boggles my mind that He can see, hear, and speak in an infinite number of places at once. We strive for a steady hand to take a picture and yet He says ‘Let there be light,’ and it is done – and is very good!

      Blessings dear friend ~ Wendy xo

  3. Thank you for helping us reflect on His mysteries today .. .like how He fits inside us and fills us up! The photos and poem blessed me! God bless you as you wonder and read and always keep yearning for Him!

    1. Thank you, Debbie, for your lovely visits and comments. I am content that God has left lots to ponder and wonder about. And I rejoice that He does not change. He’s our Rock!

      Blessings dear friend ~ Wendy xo

  4. rain drops from the clouds so high
    as you look at the drops, makes you smile
    Water may get absorbed inside the earth
    never does it die, soon it helps a seed to break
    and come out to face the light.

    1. Hi sweet Paulama! Hugs! The more unrealistic – the better! The Creator of this universe has only unveiled the tip of the iceberg of his glory – so far…

      Blessings dear friend ~ Wendy xo

  5. I agree with you Wendy. I’ve never been one who has majored on certainties. Give me mystery any time. Far prefer liv ing with mystery than with certainties. Loved the post.

  6. Thanks for your thoughts today! His thoughts are not ours … yet He asks us to seek Him and find Him … What a marvelous God! Thanks for your blessing today 🙂

    1. Thank you, Calee! I remember learning about optics in my college physics class and I found it dry – I prefer experiencing it in nature with my camera.

      Blessings dear friend ~ Wendy xo

  7. Wendy, this is the best and most beautiful poem I’ve read in a very long time–may I print out a copy, just for my personal file? I, too, have much more peace about God’s mysteries, than ever before–I wasted so much energy and frustration when I was younger! Now I just want to take in His love for me, and love Him back. God bless you abundantly today and always–love, sis Caddo

    1. Wow, Caddo! You are more than welcome to use it. Hugs! This past year I have become more aware than ever of how little I really know. Yes, I’ve learned so much – but He is so vast that it is impossible to even scratch the surface of Him. The Bible says a lot and also raises as many questions as it answers. Thankfully, He has preserved the essentials of Christian doctrine for us to hold firm too. The rest is debatable.

      Blessings dear friend ~ Wendy xo

    1. Thank you for your kind comment – and you are welcome for the like. Now that I’m in the garden more I find it hard to get on the WordPress reader much…

      Blessings dear friend ~ Wendy 🙂

      1. Oh…I’m definitly enjoying my time away…but…I also enjoy your words and photos Wendy…always thought provoking! I’m happy for you that you are able to spend more time in your garden…

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