I see God
in the spilled colors of another autumn sunset
and the bewildering greatness
of far-flung galaxies
and in newborns greeting the world
for the first time.
And I see God
in the crest-fallen eyes of a man bent low,
disoriented by addiction and shame,
who still believes his life
is worth the risk of
trying one more time.
The featured image is courtesy of Julie Jablonski and is used with her kind permission for Cultivating.
Nicole Howe is a writer, speaker, Bible study teacher, wife, and homeschooling mama to four kiddos. She serves as editor and regular contributor for the quarterly publication, An Unexpected Journal and holds a Masters Degree in Cultural Apologetics from Houston Baptist University, where she discovered the power of the imagination to restore awe and wonder to her floundering faith. Drawing deep insights from her ordinary experiences, Nicole is passionate about helping others discover the Truth, Goodness, and Beauty of Christ in broken and unlikely places. When she’s not devouring books, Nicole loves singing, pretending to be a chef, and performing Improv at her local theater.
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