Along many paths, hikers come across stacked stones. These are markers that help trekers understand that something happened, happens or will happen here. I loved these stacked stones at Northwind’s Natural Gardens in Wisconsin. I too have a pile of stacked stones; they are the prayer journals I’ve kept for some 40 years. Something (having to do with God) happened, here and here and here. This without a doubt has been one of the roughest years of my life, but like the Israelites wandering in the wilderness, I look to the journals piled one upon another and remember. Here I met with God or here he met with me. Here our terror was assuaged. Here miracles happened. Then I am at peace.
Last night, before thyroid cancer surgery today (Monday the 14th), I opened my stacked stones, read from the Psalms and despite what you might be thinking prayed, “Lord, I put the Kickstarter Campaign in your hands. If we are to meet our goal and hopefully exceed our goal is a matter of your concern, not mine.” Keep stacking those stones in your life. Believe me they make a difference in good years, and in terrible, horrible, no-good, awful years they make ALL the difference.
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