They chase each other over fields and woods in wild teasing play.

Sunlight and Shadows

I run and grab a camera.

Clicking pics as close one after one as camera permits, I still can scarcely capture the mad abandon of their game, switching back and forth, up and down, racing over hills, come and gone in flashes.

And all along I think of God our Father most reliable, and words of James 1:17, and smile.

Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and comes down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow of turning. (James 1:17 NKJV)

… who does not change like shifting shadows. (James 1:17, NIV)

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10 thoughts on “Shifting Shadows

  1. Yes, K., important to remember. And in the context of James 1, those good gifts aren’t necessarily always what we would order up, or consider “good.” 😉 God bless your day, too.

    1. Thanks, Kim. Yes, it truly is/was a gift from God, and a surprise gift at that: all those amazing darting shadows. Glad you stopped by.

  2. I have a new name for Jesus this morning after reading your post and considering your Scripture

    Jesus, My Constant

    Oh, and, BTW, I love those PA rolling hills and forest shots. We do live in a wondrous place.

    Have a great day,

    1. Oh, that blesses me, Dawn. Jesus, My Constant. Yes. So timely. Great day to you, too!

  3. Yep, Shanda, that’s the way this was — and it speaks to me of how a little tiny change of perspective, light thrown on a subject from just a slightly different angle, can also radically change the view! Thanks for the visit!

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