angel choirs sing his praise
Getting out in nature soothes the soul.
If you’re curious about the story behind this haiku, please visit my post on my other blog from last Friday. Here’s the link:
The God of creation is able to help us through valleys.
His voice was like the roar of the rushing waters,
and the land was radiant with his glory.
Ezekiel 43:2 NIV
Soothing Blessings ~ Wendy
Have you got a favorite place in nature you love to retreat to?
12 thoughts on “Getting Out in Nature Soothes the Soul”
Beautiful haiku, Wendy! ❤️
Thank you, dear Tracy. <3 Blessings on your weekend, friend.
🙂 Thank you, dear Cindy.
As usual, my mouth waters in joy of your words He has given you to write. I am not so good at photos, but I do have friends who do. I will try to do something a little more on my blog/website. I just need to take that lesson the WordPress offers. I wanted to share my first attempt at Haiku Poems:
The red lamb bleated.
Darkness blotted the sun.
Yet the light still shone.
Joan, what an excellent Haiku. Praise God “the light still shone” or we’d still be walking in darkness. You’ve captured the spirit of Haiku perfectly as there’s an aha moment at the end of it–I love it. Thank you for blessing me. <3
I so LOVE God’s creation! Especially the expanse of the heavens!
Debbie, I agree it’s hard not to be in awe of God when we “consider the heavens”.
Thank you, dear Marylou.
Thank you. 🙂