Looking Out My Window
By Ken L. Birks
Looking out my window I see the wonders
of God in the skies.
I see the
sunrise with the expectations of a new
day as it begins to rise.
What is it
that this day will bring that will wrap
me in the arms of His love?
sun rises, my eyes are blinded by its
In the eternal
realm, my eyes rise to gaze upon His
beauty, evident to all.
I await new
revelation and insight from the
awakening of a new day.
out my window, I feel the warmth of the
sun, so bright.
I see the squirrels
playing joyfully with no thought or care
I see the hand of God in
the beauty of His created ones.
run and play with no concern as the
Father cares for them.
He cares for
them as He does for the sparrows who fly
so freely in flights.
I sense the
faithfulness of a God who cares and
delights in us.
Even more than the
squirrels who play so joyfully, He
Looking out my window
I see sadness on the faces of those who
I see the homeless person
who is wondering where he will sleep
As the sun begins to fade,
it gives way to the darkness and cold
that comes with a bite.
I pray that
He who is the provider of all, supplies
what is needed as the sun fades away.
As He provides for the birds of the
air and the squirrels who play so
freely, so I pray.
Looking out my
window I see young mothers with their
children joyfully strolling by.
rejoice in the miracles that have come
forth as they sing a lullaby.
their gaze upon their beauty, their
hearts are filled with wonder.
others slumber, they see the Father’s
faithfulness filling their cup with
They take note of the
beauty and wonder of God that is seen by
all who take notice.
my window, I see stray cats on my porch
basking in the sunlight.
sleep contentedly, I notice they’re well
fed though they have no home.
realize the neighborhood is their home
as they disappear into the night.
give thanks to the Father who seems to
care for the insignificance of a stray
I am aware of how much more
valuable and significant I am in His
Looking out my window, my
heart is filled with gratitude, praise
I see the Father’s
handiwork in all that He has made for
He continually looks
with care and concern over all that He
Faith arises in my
heart, His love washes over me with all
that He has achieved.
Wrapped in the
arms of His tender love and care, I
enjoy the moment as I breathe.
Psalm 17:8, Romans 1:20, Ps 107:8-9,
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February 10, 2017
The Goodness of
February 23, 2017
From on High
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Caught in Pursuit of a Lost Soul
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10. Standing at
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the Invisible Realm
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Changing our Perspective - May
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