The day glowed, it did, yesterday! So much beauty in the skies, the air, the greening of the world around, and in those words.





We looked at just two verses, so full we couldn’t dig to the bottom of their wealth, but left the yet unhandled to run through our heads and hearts later like shining jewels, like gold and gems through fingers.


“But you,


building yourselves up in your most holy faith,

praying in the Holy Spirit,

keep yourselves in the love of  God,

looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life”

(Jude 20-21).


Loved by Him who is Love itself. Loved with everlasting love, given everlasting life to live and revel in right now, in love…

“Keep yourselves in the love of God”…


And then, come evening, we watched that movie, birthed three years ago to celebrate four centuries of world influence and ethereal beauty:

KJB: The Book That Changed the World…

(Click link to watch trailer)


The film so shone with historical light I’d never known and so throbbed with drama it urged me hard to go dig out my own King James, blow off the dust, and read aloud in that lyrical language myself…

Which I am doing now…


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6 thoughts on “Things that Glowed

  1. It’s a beautiful spring day in Kansas today, too, after it seems winter has overstayed its welcome. Thanks for the “glowing” photos! Enjoy your day!

  2. My, my, my–you managed to capture such glory, Sylvia. And that movie sounds fascinating. I’ll have to check into that one.

  3. Do check it out, Laura. I wasn’t expecting it to be so interesting. And thank you, for kind encouragement. I’m not much more than point-and-shoot. But the glory of the glow was just there for the shooting! Indeed, around here, this is a glorious spring.

  4. Thou art welcome, Nancy. (Though I’m not quite sure if that’s how the Elizabethans might have said it…) I thank thee for stopping to visit and comment!

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