when I dream

20150302_182412when I dream

of what will be-

all I see

is you and me

sitting high

above the trees

as we watch

the setting sun

’till all that’s left

are twinkling lights

of a starry, starry

moonlit night

we dream of what

tomorrow brings-

when we’ll watch

the rising sun

I peeked through my curtains the other evening and all I saw was a cloudless, monochromatic sky.  No color to be seen. Imagine my surprise when I got an email a few minutes later from my hubby (who was at work) with this magnificent sunset picture!  Isn’t it so peculiar that I would see nothing… and yet my husband got this spectacular show of color? On the same night, only a few miles away?

But the beauty was that he knew how much I would appreciate it, and so he took the picture for me.

A picture worth thousand “I love you’s”!

We love because He first loved us.  1 John 4:19

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Julie is an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene. She has a passion for leading worship, writing songs, preaching, teaching, and thrift store shopping. Julie has two amazing teenage daughters, two dogs ("fur babies"), and one wonderful hubby :)

17 thoughts on “when I dream

      1. It’s lovely. I thought for a minute it was part of my home town, Minneapolis. God sure does some amazing art, doesn’t He?

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    1. It is beautiful-isn’t it? Where our house is, there are a lot of trees around, so I don’t get a good view of the sunset. It was a nice surprise for my husband to send me that picture from his office the other day 🙂 Blessings to you!!

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    1. You are so kind 🙂 I tell my husband all the time that when we are old and retired, all I want to do is be able to sit together and watch the sunsets and sunrises together! That really is my “dream” 🙂 Blessings to you!!

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