Looking up our driveway
Zinnias blooming (earlier this year Mom had scattered seeds of different flowers along our driveway)
After the run
Looking down our winding road
"One morning this week as I read in Matthew, a passage that is well familiar to me as it has been read and studied a great many times, caused me once again to pause: "Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied" (Matthew 5:6.)
The two words that particularly caught my attention were "hunger" and "thirst." And the object of this hungering and thirsting is "righteousness" . . . firstly, being made right with God through believing in Jesus Christ as one's Lord and Savior and being born again, and secondly, it is growing in righteousness, living in such a way that is in keeping with being a child of God.
This "hunger" spoken of here in Matthew is to . . . " read the rest here.