Monday, August 16, 2010

Light-seeds

The following verse stirred something in me recently & has been inspiring me every day since I discovered it:
Light-seeds are planted in the souls of God’s people…
~from Psalm 97, The Message
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*I’m going to be jumping on & off Blogger this week. I’ll be hard at work teaching a Creative Writing Workshop for 2nd-6th graders.
**photos by flickr

16 comments:

  1. Ooh I love that thought. Light Seeds :)

    all the best for your workshop.

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  2. Wendy,
    Thanks for inspiring me! May your workshop bring LIGHT seeds.

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  3. How cool that you will be teaching kids to write!!! be sure to write about how it went please.

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  4. Have fun at the workshop Wendy~ I know you will be a blessing:)

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  5. Beautiful pictures. And what a fun workshop idea! Enjoy your week!

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  6. Plant some light seeds in those kids! :O)

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  7. I hope you and your students enjoy the workshop.

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  8. Lovely. I pray each day the Lord will use me as His vessel!

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  9. And speaking of light, I love the verse in Philippians where it says we "shine like stars in the universe" as we "hold out the word of life." Beautiful picture.

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  10. Have a great time teaching the class!

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  11. Wendy, I love the way that's worded! I know your classes will go wonderfully! They are gonna' love you.

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  12. Tabitha, I loved it too. Still do. It's one of those that strikes at the core.

    Patti, God is the inspiration. All God. The kids today were fantastic--willing to dive right in.

    Terri, I'll keep you posted. I'm loving the experience so far.

    Tamika, Thank you. We were in sync today.

    Sarah, When I first read that verse I wanted to find picture to complement it. These are gorgeous, but they still don't quite touch the beauty of the verse.

    Diane, I pray God does just that.

    Keli, I know I did. The time flew.

    T.Anne, I could pray that more than I do. I hope He does it even when I'm not praying it. And I hope I learn to ask that more.

    Rhonda, We just vacationed in Maine--camped out actually and on my way to the bathrooms in the middle of the night (b/c what woman over the age of 20 doesn't have to go in the middle of the night?) I looked up and saw a sky covered with stars. Makes that verse all the more powerful.

    Cindy, I had a blast.

    Karen, Exactly. I love how it's worded. I don't know if they loved me, but they did interact for two hours.

    Thanks for the well wishes about the class. I've eaten enough chocolate to kill a dying horse. Well, anyway. What woman minutes away from entering the bloated zone doesn't eat that much chocolate? ;)

    Sleep dreaming of stars, chocolate and light-seeds.

    ~ Wendy

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  13. Hi Wendy -

    Teaching kids to write sounds like fun. I've thought about putting together a course and even have a few props. Do you write your own curriculum?

    Blessings,
    Susan :)

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  14. Susan,

    It's been better than I'd anticipated. I contacted some of my writer friends and got some advice. Otherwise I pulled from my creative writing degree and my dozens of books on writing.

    I ask a lot of questions, keep it interactive and encourage all thoughts. It's refreshed my outlook. I love when the teacher learns.

    Hope you try it.
    ~ Wendy

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  15. I've never heard it put that way. How uplifting!

    Have fun teaching. They're lucky to have you!

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