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Always a Full Moon

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The moon hangs stubbornly in its space several hours after the dawn. It is nearly full, I notice.

It gets me thinking — during my morning drive — about the waxing and waning. And the way the moon looks different depending on the day.

And then I remember. The moon is always full. Only my view of it changes.

As I begin my days of Dwelling in His presence, I pray I will keep Him always in full view. And know when I am seeing anything less, that I need to adjust my sight.


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10 Responses to “Always a Full Moon”

  1. Between your words on the moon and Sharon’s on the sun, I am so taken by this tonight. Just goodness. xoxo
    Beth (@SimplyBeth3) recently posted…Every Writer’s Dream :: The Book I Dream AboutMy Profile

  2. I connect with this…you notice things and so do I. Thanks for noticing/
    Carol Longenecker Hiestand recently posted…Missing Baby JesusMy Profile

  3. I’m pretty sure I will never look at the moon the same again. Thanks for that, Beth! I’m so glad you linked up for #ThreeWordWednesday.
    Kristin Hill Taylor recently posted…{Three Word Wednesday} Choosing joy – againMy Profile

  4. Sharon says:

    This was great, and so true. Sometimes I have had a similar thought about the Sun. Even on cloudy days, it’s still shining – always shining. A good reminder that even on my own cloudy days, the SON is still shining!!


  5. Karen Brown says:

    Oh Beth, this is so powerful. I never thought of this before. “The moon is always full. Only my view of it changes.” Praise God that He remains unchanging… no matter what my view. Thanks for this today. I enjoyed stopping by!
    Karen Brown recently posted…When You’re Almost Googled Out of a JobMy Profile

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