Snow whispers among the winds. Red tailed hawks majestically fly over the valley below. We see the beauty of God in the mirror of life and recognize the book of holy teaching that we call nature. All of it shows the goodness of God. The silence is deafening! Yet God’s voice speaks distinctly among His creation.
Cathy and I read from the Imitation of Christ as Thomas A Kempis writes, HE WHO follows Me, walks not in darkness,” says the Lord. By these words of Christ we are advised to imitate His life and habits, if we wish to be truly enlightened and free from all blindness of heart. Let our chief effort, therefore, be to study the life of Jesus Christ.
Thomas was a scribe in early 1400 and was charged with teaching novice believers how to follow Christ. His devotion book is the second most read book in all of history. The quote from above is the opening line of his book.
We are deeply encouraged by your prayers before the Throne of God.
 Thomas à Kempis. (1996). The imitation of Christ (1). Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems.