We wake up to early morning icy rain. The Winterberry Bush and Weeping Cherry look adorned with dangles of diamonds and crystals.
All that bleak autumn dreariness was worth it. The stripping down, the emptiness, the stark reality of it become the canvas for a glorious display.
It’s all fine-cut crystal now. The empty season that brings on this new thing–that’s required to showcase it–shows me how when God strips away, empties us out, and brings on something stark and dreary, it’s because He’s getting ready to drip diamonds.
Winter’s finally here! Do you feel like God’s about to do something new?