A Little Church

 

 

I happened upon a little church

Down a lane it set

Prettily in the sun

Reflecting brightness

And peace.

I felt no charge

To break that distance,

From where it sat to me.

Just the vision

Was enough

To touch my soul

And need.

 

 

 

 

 

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36 thoughts on “A Little Church

  1. ivor20 says:

    Let your vision continue to be clear, bright and soulful….

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  2. Jodi says:

    Something about little country churches ☺️

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  3. It’s amazing how fast, and how far, peace can travel. You don’t even have to struggle to catch it, it just happens!

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  4. Little country churches are so sweet and beautiful. πŸ™‚

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  5. Chuck Lee says:

    Colleen, thanks for the reminder that the church building itself or the rituals and traditions inside it dont provide spiritual peace. The meaning that it reflects in our heart is what counts.

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  6. Sometimes, the sight of a church can calm me during the worst of storms.
    This one truly resonated with me.

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  7. So beautiful …I loved the words – To touch my soul And need.

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  8. Debra says:

    Once again, you highlight the beauty and effectiveness in just taking notice! It made an impact. Lovely, Colleen.

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  9. Last weekend I went to church in the evening at a place I don’t normally go. When I left and was walking back to my car, I could see the sun setting over the ocean. The sun looked to be about 3x its normal size. It was breath-taking. A random stranger was walking by. I said, “Sir, did you see the sunset?” He too stopped to look, saying, “Wow, that is amazing. Thank you for pointing it out to me.”
    It was totally a you moment. πŸ˜‰

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