Joy for Fall: Autumn Walk (Psalm 104:2-6)

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You stretch out the heavens like a tent,
you set the beams of your chambers on the waters,
you make the clouds your chariot,
you ride on the wings of the wind,
you make the winds your messengers,
fire and flame your ministers.
You set the earth on its foundations,
so that it shall never be shaken.
You cover it with the deep as with a garment;
the waters stood above the mountains. Psalm 104:2-6

Take an autumn walk and discover anew the beauty the Psalmist writes about.  Collect seed pods, late flowers, colorful leaves or small branches.  Bring them home with you and arrange them in a basket or vase.  

As you pass your display throughout the week allow it to be a reminder that God’s goodness is ever present with us!

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Some Comfort and Joy was developed as a devotional resource that follows the rhythms and seasons of the liturgical year from an Anabaptist-Mennonite perspective.

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Fall Wrap Up Some Comfort and Joy

Thanks for your support of our fall series (and first podcast series!). Listen in to find out how you can support this work…
  1. Fall Wrap Up
  2. Joy for Fall: Gratitude
  3. Comfort for Fall: Sing Praise
  4. Joy for Fall: Autumn Walk
  5. Comfort for Fall: Bless the Lord

Published by Gwen Lantz

Stay-at-home-Jill-of-all-trades I am hoping to create connections with people and the world around me, while being creatively engaged in what is happening right in front of my nose!

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