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I'm the mother of two little girls, the wife of an amazing husband who'd rather play the guitar than anything else and I love to write. I spend my weekends watching my daughters ride horses and play soccer. I blog daily and my greatest wish is to see women healed...

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  1. Sarah,
    I can’t imagine not having the four seasons. I love waiting for the daffodils to poke their heads up to signal that Spring is on its way. After a steamy summer, I look forward to the invigorating crispness in the air that invigorates me. But, even if I didn’t have the seasons, I know that God’s love, mercy, and forgiveness bring rebirth and renewal…He’s really good that way. Even with the wintry seasons in my live, He always brings the hope of Spring. Seeing that time and time again continues to build my faith. Thanks for the reminder this morning!
    Blessings,
    Bev

  2. Sarah, as one who spent many years in So Cal for college and a few years of teaching, and then who lived in Las Vegas for 8 years with a military husband, I understand what you’re saying. I will say though, that having grown up in Colorado, moving to seasons locations made me yearn for seasons. 🙂 Now, we’re back in Colorado, and I LOVE each season. My sons are still learning how to appreciate them.

    I love how you turned this toward Jesus being a seasonless redeemer. He doesn’t wait for spring (or summer, winter, or autumn) to bring renewal to dead spirits. Thank goodness for that!

    Loved your post today.

  3. I used to live in “seasonless” S. FL. Oh we had a bit of “winter–it would get down to 30s-60s. That was chilly for us thin blooded Floridians. Now I live in Mountainous Upper E. TN. We definitely have seasons here. I love having spring. It reminds me of Jesus making all thing new! You can see everything coming to life–just as Jesus gave life to everyone when he died on the cross!
    Thanks for sharing! Blessings 🙂

  4. I cannot imagine living anywhere but where the trees are green and there are mountains and his with every turn. You have given me a new perspective today. Thank you.