Posted by: Glenda Mills | October 10, 2014

Spirit Wings

They say a wounded eagle flies to
its nest—lies on its back with outspread
wings, and waits for the warmth of the
sun to heal its wounds. Then rising with
renewed strength and  power—the mighty
eagle spreads it wings and takes flight,
soaring once again towards the heavens.

Do you sometimes feel like a wounded eagle? You know you are meant to fly with Spirit wings—but you are wounded and weary, worn out and needing strength.

Learn the lesson of the eagle. Fly to the empty nest awaiting you. Bask in the healing
and strength of the Son’s presence, and rise up once again with Spirit wings, soaring
with the One who makes all things new.

Those who trust in the LORD will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like
eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint. Isaiah 40:31 

*Photo by http://geekphilosopher.com


Responses

  1. I just breathed in a fresh, full breath as I read this entry. Let us rise up again, “afresh with Spirit wings ” for the new day ahead!
    Blessed day to you, friend!

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    • Go with God today as you drive to NYC with spirit wings. Praying for you. Have a blessed trip and thanks for stopping by before you leave.

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  2. Thank you, let us soar with The Lord as an eagle.

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  3. Thank you! Needed reminding and to hear this. 🙂 very weary and thankful for the place to go. 🙂

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    • Yes, so grateful to rest in the shadow of His wings!
      Pray you will find renewal and refreshing there.

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