As is the case sometimes, projections fail. When things don’t go the way we expect, the best we can do is continue to pray, and trust that God has a plan. This lead-in is meant to convey that Volume III of the God First Book Series, is not quite ready to be released. I will post an update as soon as I have more information.
Since I know that there are some who are waiting for the latest inspirational words, I will be posting something on this site shortly. The only way I know how to share His great Love, is through the poetry that He Blesses me with. The poem is longer than my usual stuff and more like a ballad, and it is called “The Gate.” I pray that you will keep checking back, and I pray that our Father will fill you with His truth and wisdom.
Great news to share, the latest edition of the God First series is about to be released. Volume III is scheduled to be released this month, so please check back here often, or go to GodFirstBook.com.
While you’re at the website of GodFirstBook.com, if you are on a desktop computer, make sure to open the flash version of the first volume. This is the only place where you will see the full picture version of Volume I; we are working to make Volumes II & III available in the same format. We will keep posting to the GodFirstBook.com website as changes and updates are available. If you have not viewed the flash version yet, we pray you will have the same reaction as everyone with whom we have shared the book. Depending upon your desktop processor, the pages may take a few moments to a few minutes to load. Then the reaction has always been one of amazement, as the pages open to reveal the scriptures and poetry with God’s beautiful artistry and nature in the background.
We pray that the experience is a rewarding one in God’s Love.
Recently I was blessed to be able to visit some places, that I haven’t seen since I was a child. The Grand Canyon was one of those places. My initial reaction: #mindblown 😮
My brother recently gave nature the best title: “God’s Art.” And so it is!!!
*Of note: when you pay for your pass into the park, it’s $30, but the pass is good for the entire week,*
After we paid for our pass at the Ranger Station, we thought we saw glimpses of the canyon through the tree line, but not enough to draw any conclusions, or gasps. When we parked in the designated parking area, everything was trees, cars, and people, (lots of people depending upon the time.) We didn’t get the full experience of the canyon until the sidewalk wound around some trees and there it was: Oh My Gosh!!!!!!! All of the pictures we took over a couple of days, could never deliver the same experience as standing at the edge of that vast beauty. Whereas many people at the park talked about how long the park took to “evolve” –their words Not mine– we beheld the beautiful Handiwork of God, giving Him the rightful credit as the Creator of All things!!!
If I have a point to this post, it is this: God made all things, and His Beauty is all around us, if we just take the time to appreciate His artistry. Although I highly recommend everyone to go see the Grand Canyon, at least once in your life, I’m very happy that God shares His Beauty with us everyday in our lives. It may be in the smile of your child, or the kindness shown to you from a friend or stranger; it may be in the guise of a perfect sunrise, or the comfort of a peaceful sunset.
In the Beauty of His Love,
Go With God!!!