751. What light through yonder window breaks? ~William Shakespeare

A single sunbeam is enough
to drive away many shadows.
~St. Francis of Assisi

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Birds sing after a storm;
why shouldn’t people
feel as free to delight
in whatever sunlight remains
to them.
~Rose Kennedy

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The top picture above was taken a month ago of a river in our area.  The photo beneath it is that same river now, a month later.  But today the sun is shining, the birds are singing, and all’s right with the world. Praise the Lord! Thank you for the rain and for the end of this awful drought here; thank you now for the sun that’s blessing this Sabbath.

The moon will shine like the sun, and the sunlight will be seven times brighter, like the light of seven full days, when the Lord binds up the bruises of his people and heals the wounds he inflicted. ~Isaiah 30:26  ✝

**Top photo via Pinterest; bottom two aerial photos via local news station

18 thoughts on “751. What light through yonder window breaks? ~William Shakespeare

  1. Yes, hooray for sun, for drying but for the replenished ground water as thoughts turn to prayers of healing for those families who have suffered so grievously throughout this epic flooding—-
    Blessings and love—
    cookie

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  2. I hope the sun will help dry some of that water in your area over the next few days. My yard is starting to have some dry spots now. So figure it will be time to water once again soon.

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