Volume 16

March 2017

Issue 2  Page1


Table of Contents:

About this Ministry
   o Planning Team
   o Past Newsletters
   o Dorcas House on
        Facebook
   o Our Church's Web

Page 1:
  o
Beauty of Sunrise

Page 2:
  o Beauty of Sunrise
      continued
  o City Wide
      Womenís Conference
  o Holy Yoga

 Page 3:
  o
Dorcas House News
  o Springtime Soul

Page 4:
  o
Note From the Editor

Page 5:
  o Cooking with Sara
       Chicken Quinoa
        Bowls
  o Easy Pork Chops &
       Rice

Page 6:
  o News Bites

 ...We all show the Lordís glory, and we are being changed to be like Him...If anyone belongs to Christ, there is a new creation. The old things have gone; everything is made new!

2 Corinthians
3:18, 5:17 NCV

Beauty of Sunrise

 

This morning, as I often do, I sat on my deck to have my time with God. One of the amazing things about the area where I live are the sunrises and sunsets. They are stunning! This morning, as I watched the sunrise and snapped some picks of God's beautiful handiwork, I thought to myself how unfortunate that my camera could not capture all the beauty.

The aqua is so much more vivid than reflected in the photos. The rich purple really doesn't show at all. The delicate pink is missing. The shining gold looks more yellow or orange. And the sparkle cannot be captured.

Add to the beauty of the sunrise, the wild beauty of the landscape. No manicured lawns here! Raw, wild beauty, just as God has created it! Mesquite with all its twisted branches. Yucca plants with their spiky leaves and pod clusters. Wild grasses and delicate flowers waving in the breeze. Baby tumbleweeds with their vivid, green hugging the ground. The slight haze that allows the world to wake slowly, gently before the sun bursts upon us in its heat and brightness. Loveliness all around.

And the sounds! No picture can capture the sound of God awakening His creatures. Birds singing. Dragon flies buzzing. A cow mooing in the distance. The horse next door nickering to his mate. Bunnies leaping and chasing in the grasses.

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