A peek into the heart

Last week I was trying to process about losing my puppy and I often have it come out in some type of poem-ish form. But this time my writing took me down a different path and it was a general piece – pulling together emotions from my dog’s passing to everything else going on. God’s been stirring in my heart and I’ve been sensing and experiencing change but it’s been hovering and only recently have the pieces started to seem to fall in order or make sense. I normally don’t share these and just write them down in a journal full of quotes and other poetry, but reading Psalm 62 today made me want to share – in the midst of swaying emotions He is my rock and constant. In the midst of chaos He is my peace.

Old fears rising, new hurts appearing,

Life mixes together in a colorful chaos.

“Change!” cries the heart.

Passion, desires the soul.

“Sorrow” cries the emptiness.

Nature calls to be redeemed.

Humanity calls for its Savior.

My heart longs to rest,

Rest in the arms of my Father

And feel His warm embrace.

What do I search for?

How do I rightly fill longing?

Carefully stepping,

Newly learning,

Walking faithfully.

Hurt and healing collide,

Life’s colors explode in a masterpiece.

A mosaic yet complete,

Perfection at work,

Waiting for eternity.

“Con cautela anda” susurra la amiga.

“Con confianza cree” dice el amigo.

He has a plan, perfected for me.

I am His, He is mine.

Peace and joy will overflow.

About Traveling Mosaic

I'm on a journey in this world, hence the "Traveling" part of the name. My life is also made up of pieces that, when the Master completes it, will be a beautiful Masterpiece, hence "Mosaic."
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