Did you ever notice how ice on a tree glistens in the moonlight? Almost as if God’s golden finger tips of light, are majestically painting the tree into a golden masterpiece.  

Have you ever listened to the ice crunching under your feet, only to realize that God’s path next to yours was silent, simply because He was carrying you with the lightness of Grace?

Have you ever wondered on a beautiful, glasslike, icy stormy evening how everyone of God’s people makes it to the next day? For some they are enduring life’s most difficult storms, the most heart wrenching problems? 

God is working miracles everywhere you look. From the smallest of things to the largest, He’s working His love line through the universe.

Go outside for a brief moment and take in His beauty. Breathe in His world that by His grace, glistens with a frozen wonder on a frosty evening. This evening filled with His love and admiration for all of us to see. Feel and breathe Him in.

I Pray for those tonight, to see with childlike eyes, so they too may embrace Gods love in a crystal like, frozen world. That they may feel in their hearts and truly know, that these storms of life make us stronger, so we may continue to be warriors for Christ. 

Lord, be with those this evening who cry out to you. Comfort them and remind them You are here, right here beside them, guiding them through the storms. Help them to remember Your promise, that You will never leave them. 

“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid: do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9

Sandie Heckman


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