Again and again, scripture tells us to look, to notice, to cast our eyes round this world of God’s creating and see what He has done. He is honored when we do. Noticing is worthwhile.
And so, lacking the time this year to tackle a more complicated theme, I’ve decided to spend this year’s 31-day blogging challenge noticing: in creation, in people, in the books I read, the things I hear. So often I forget to pay attention and let worlds of goodness slip by unrecognized. Here’s to a month of paying attention, of pausing, of sharing, even in the midst of busyness.
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