“‘Though the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of peace be removed,’ says the Lord, who has compassion on you.” Isaiah 54:10

So tender are His words on this day. Like a message in a bottle that when uncorked, literally takes your breath away. Selah 

Breathe Him in for He truly is what we need on this Day…HE IS THE GREAT I AM. More than ever, right here, right now – call Him into your hearts. He’s the only thing that can fill the hole, the God hole he placed in our hearts to overflow with His love. 

Refueling, refreshing and refilling on His word and love today. May we all feel His abundant love. May we all 

Attraversiamo (meaning “Lets cross over”) into His love and light. 

Find strength, love, and a calmness in Him today, because He loves us beyond measure. 

Sandie Heckman – author of Sondrenched 


She sat there, her and her aching heart. Broken, but not shattered she waited for the winds of time to change – for the sun to exchange places with the moon. Over and over the longing in her heart chased her into the next day…then as the stars yawned and waited on the moon – she saw Him. He held the pieces of her heart in His hand. She inhaled His essence and time seemed to stand still. What is it about Him she wondered, as He whispered “I am.” 

Then He whispered the words her heart longed for, “I am always here, even when your mind wanders, your heart wonders, I am here. I never leave, for you my beloved, are always on my mind. I wait, I watch over you, even when you doubt, when you are weary – I am the One who holds your heart, and molds it back together. 

I am the One True King.” 

She looked at Him, tears in her eyes and as He held out His hand, His Palm showed a scar that seemed to disappear into the night. His Palm held her mended heart, and her longing disappeared as it was replaced by His love.

Sandie Heckman- author of Sondrenched- find it at Westbow Press, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

Anything and Everything 

If you could do anything what would you do?

Would you go to the fishing dock,

throw in your line,

hope for everything –

be happy with something?

If you could do anything,

would you sit and do nothing,

because trying to fit something 

into your day – stirred in you

just about everything you’ve

always wanted to do?

If you could do anything,

would you rather do something 

for anyone in the world, 

because if we do nothing,

that lost soul on the corner,

could have turn out to be 

someone’s everything?

Sandie Heckman