Inspiration

in·spire: to fill with an animating, quickening, or exalting influence; to influence or impel; to communicate or suggest by a divine or supernatural influence.

Origin: 1300–50; Middle English inspiren  <Latin inspīrāre  to breathe upon or into, equivalent to in-  + spīrāre  to breathe>

We took a six-mile hike last Sunday. I confess that our hike filled my soul more than a morning at church would have done. I came away inspired by the breathtaking beauty of this world that God has given us.

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Till next we meet . . .

J M

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2 thoughts on “Inspiration

  1. Laurel C Kriegler

    Stunning photos. That definitely looks like an inspiring location. There is something about nature, and especially about flowing water and waterfalls, that show us God’s creation in its purest and cleanest form.

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