"Graces unexercised are as sweet perfumes slumbering in the cups of the flowers: the wisdom of the great Husbandman overrules diverse and opposite causes to produce the one desired result, and makes both affliction and consolation draw forth the grateful odours of faith, love, patience, hope, resignation, joy, and the other fair flowers of the garden. May we know by sweet experience, what this means." Charles Spurgeon
For today, and every day, eyesight catches glimmers of the hope of heaven.
We see Jesus, in the Word, the fullness of God in human form.
And He lives in our lives when we ask Him, and we seek His kingdom first.
Casting cares, anxieties, concerns.
Asking for wisdom, direction, opportunities, instruction.
It sometimes is a song.
Sometimes an action.
A jar of perfume.