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Feb 18, 2010

Like A Natural Woman ~ Morning Prayer

To my Abba, who bequeathed us with intellect, creativity and choice. We have it all in an age where footpaths and sky overhead are so much less than the Garden view.
Natural man with his feel like a natural woman ate an apple and the buffet was downgraded.
But, You, You gave your heart, the Apple of Your eye. So natural man and this feel like a natural woman were rescued by spiritual man, the Son of God and Son of man.
That is the miracle. There is the healing. Manifest in the Second Mile Man. Metaphors mix in a revved up mind.
Come to the table! Come break the bread...

And I hear a young son's voice say, "This is amazing."
Oh Abba, when will dinner be ready? I'm famished.

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Natural Face Woman
(I always wear a necklace with my "jail house rock" pajamas.)
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2oo8 ~ at the Chinese restaurant
(How many men can say they're able to hide in the shadow of their wife's head?)
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Andrew sneaks in the picture again...
(After I saw this photo, I made a trip to Dillard's to see Olga in lingerie. Oh gravity.)

16 comments:

  1. Didn't realize you had a new post until I flew here. Somehow my dashboard had not logged it in. I was just thinking about you Melanie. This post is so much of what has been circling in my mind. The garden, the table, feasts, the natural, the spiritual, the Rock, you, Andrew, your family and MORE. They all connect in ways I can't begin to understand. Proverbs 3:5-6 Hang on to the 'More' part. The meal and our place at the table are being prepared. Talk about a fabulous 'place setting'... It will be glorious! I pray we can minister together sometime and invite others to come to the feast. Love to you my friend, B

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  2. Love your natural look in pjs. I can only imagine how you're feeling. But please know that I am thinking of you and praying for God's comfort to you in the midst of it all.

    Love,
    Debbie

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  3. I feel like B. So much connected in ways only God knows. Thank you for putting yourself out there. Through prayer, I've grown to love you and your family so much. Hope we meet for the feast on earth first, before heaven.

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  4. Wonderful thoughts and prayer.
    Enjoyed your pics. I have one too in my jammies and jewelery, haha. Praying for you today and always. Hugs, Debbie

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  5. I love your sense of humor! And count me in to join you at that banquet any day.

    Blessings,
    Kathleen

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  6. Dear Bella~Mella,
    I just sent you an email.
    Thanks for sharing your heart with the world.
    Blessings to you today!
    From a blogging Sister in PA,
    Kim

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  7. "The Spirit and the Bride say, 'Come!' " Come soon, Lord Jesus - we are so ready for the wedding feast. Praying for you all today.

    Leslie

    "I go to prepare a place for you. If it were not so, I would have told you." -Jesus

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  8. Andrew is surely in the hands of the Beloved and enjoying the feast and the prepared mansion that was waiting for him!
    You are a very beautiful natural woman, Melanie, the apple of His eye!

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  9. Your blog has been such a blessing to me. You are a woman of such faith. I strive to have faith like yours one day.

    I gave you an award at my blog beacuse you have such a beautiful blog.

    Blessings

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  10. Now I just know you are going to be okay......wonderful post and by the way you look great in your pictures......:-) Hugs

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  11. what a beautiful feast we shall share! looking forward to that day.

    love how the words connect. draw me a picture, Lord!

    i always wear my pretty pink miracle bracelet with my pj's. just feels better.

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  12. I hear you!

    Right on Leslie....Come! Come soon, Lord Jesus-we are ready.

    So we can hear the flowers singing His praises, and we can say "This is amazing."

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  13. Thanks for your e-Mail this morning, Melaine. I am praying with you and traveling with you through your navigation of the 5 Psalms A Day plus a Proverb. This treck is never ending and is over hills and mountains and around steep curves - yet at the top of a steep hill comes the 'spacious place' - this being the very place you ARE now - feasting at His Table.

    Your wrote:
    "Come to the table! Come break the bread...
    And I hear a young son's voice say, "This is amazing."
    Oh Abba, when will dinner be ready? I'm famished."

    This speaks to my heart because Shepherd's Walk came to fruition after God first spoke those same Words to me...

    "Come to the table!" Come break the bread...with ME..."

    Joined today in our hearts by the Nature and Character of GOD's own HEART!

    Choosing JOY, Stephanie
    JESUS ONLY in 2010

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  14. I love what you wrote about the apple. Powerful writing. And I laughed out loud at your note about Olga... help for the natural woman! {{HUGS}}

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