06 February 2008

Singing on the Way

"The heart that receives the word of God is like the mountain stream, fed by unfailing springs, whose cool, sparkling waters leap from rock to rock, refreshing the weary, the thirsty, the heavy-laden...The stream that goes singing on its way leaves behind its gift of verdure and fruitfulness. The grass on its banks is a fresher green, the trees have a richer verdure, the flowers are more abundant."
(White, Ellen; Prophets and Kings, p. 234)


  1. That was a refreshing quote. I was imagining being by that stream and gulping in all the beauty.

  2. I know where that is Hildegard!!

    Should we add a Poetry section and a Wildflower pressing section to Waldensians?

    Emily Rose


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