Looking Out My Window
By Ken L. Birks
Looking out my window, God’s wonders are
seen in the skies.
of a new day, sunrise is seen as it
What will this day bring that
wraps me in the arms of His love?
the sun rises, eyes are blinded by its
Gazing upon Its
beauty, new revelation awakens with His
Looking out my window, the
sun’s warmth is felt, so bright.
Squirrels playing joyfully with no
thought nor care of fright.
beauty of His created ones, the hand of
God is seen.
As squirrels and
sparrows play and fly freely, His care
More than those who chirp
and play, in us, He cares and delights.
Looking out my window, sadness is
seen on those who pass by.
homeless walk by, I wonder where they
As the sun fades, it
gives way to darkness and cold with
I pray, the provider supplies
what's needed as the sun fades away.
As birds and squirrels who play and
chirp are provided for, so I pray.
Looking out my window, mothers with
children joyfully stroll by.
Rejoicing in the miracles that’ve come
forth, they sing lullaby.
their beauty, their hearts fill with
Aware of the Father’s
faithfulness, their cups fill with
Taking note of the
beauty and wonder of God, they give
Looking out my window,
stray cats on the porch bask in the
Sleeping contentedly, I
notice they’re well fed, though they’ve
The neighborhood their
home, they disappear into the darkness
Giving thanks, praise is
given for the significance of a stray
In awareness, I realize I’m more
valuable and significant in His sight.
Looking out my window, for all
that’s seen, I’m filled with amazement.
Seeing the Father’s handiwork, I
rejoice in what’s made for enjoyment.
Looking with care and concern over
all that’s conceived, peace liberates.
As faith arises, His love washes over me
with all that He’s achieved.
in the tender love of His arms and care,
the moment is enjoyed.
Psalm 17:8, Romans 1:20, Ps 107:8-9,
107:8-9, Colossians 3:1-3, Hebrews
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Looking Out My
February 10, 2017
The Goodness of
February 23, 2017
From on High
- March 4, 2017
- March 6, 2017
of God -
March 11, 2017
- March 21, 2017
Caught in Pursuit of a Lost Soul
- March 23
10. Standing at
- March 24, 2017
- March 29, 2017
the Invisible Realm
- March 31
14. Knowing God
- April 9, 2017
15. The Suffering
- April 14, 2017
16. The Path of
- April 22, 2017
17. As Years Go
- April 28, 2017
18. The Snares
of the Enemy -
May 4, 2017
Fragrance of the Lord
- May 7, 2017
Changing our Perspective - May
21. Truth and
- May 20, 2017
- May 29, 2017
June 15, 2017
24. Treasures From Above
- June 25, 2017
25. The Father's Way -
June 27, 2017
- June 29, 2017
July 5, 2017
Shifting Sands of Time
- July 9, 2017
29. Come and Drink -
July 31, 2017
Come Holy Spirit -
August 2, 2017
- August 11,
32. Voice Cries in the
Wind - Stop & Listen -
33. The Wonders
of His Grace
- August 22,
34. Lost in
- August 27, 2017
35. Wings of the Wind & Flames of Fire
- August 31
Bride of Christ
October 9, 2017
.October 15, 2017
38. Destiny in
November 8, 2017
39. Second Coming of Christ
- December 7,
into the Future -
December 29, 2017
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