Come Holy Spirit

I sat in the rocking chairscent of roses fill the airhummingbirds flit from bloom to bloomsoft insect sounds sing me to sleepsoftly, so softly, the spirit comesI am here, creator speakin my heart I hear your whispersYou sing me into being Ruth Jewell, ©March 5, 2020Photo: The Guardian of the Woods

Song of Solomon

Song of Solomon 5:2-8 (CEB) 2 I was sleeping, but my heart was awake. A sound! My love is knocking: “Open for me, my sister, my dearest, my dove, my perfect one! My head is soaked with dew, my hair, with the night mists.” 3 “I have taken off my tunic— why should I put … Continue reading Song of Solomon

Meditation on Psalm 81

You heard me when I called, . . . and You caught me as I fell I rested in your arms as You carried me from darkness into light You dried my tears, and You lifted my fears from my shoulders I leaned upon your breast, . . . and I heard you call me … Continue reading Meditation on Psalm 81

Hand Drawing a Labyrinth Meditation – Prayerful Tuesday

Drawing a Cretan or Classical Labyrinth http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cT9BdWMrvnA Note: the artist is making a right hand labyrinth, instruction are for a left hand labyrinth.  The method is the same; the difference is the starting point, which is from the top left hand short angle line to the top long center line. I love walking a labyrinth, … Continue reading Hand Drawing a Labyrinth Meditation – Prayerful Tuesday

All Will Be Well – Prayerful Tuesday

  For the last couple of days I have been using a prayer book of a collection of Julian of Norwich’s writings as my meditation focus and I would like to share this morning’s prayer with you. Now our Lord reminded me of the desire for him I had earlier. I saw that nothing stood … Continue reading All Will Be Well – Prayerful Tuesday

Desert

  As I sit a robin sings his morning song, tea in hand, dog in my lap I wait expectantly, I listen . . . all I hear are crows, and wrens. Where are you? It has been so long since I felt your presence. I long to feel your touch on my cheek, to … Continue reading Desert