It rained again today, quite heavy at times. It was also damp. Damp to the point that it chilled me to the bone. I must admit, I didn’t do much except the normal everyday things. However, I did write, and I did pray. It seems like my prayer time is getting longer and longer. But it is okay. I love my time with Him.
As the day went on, I thought about senior citizens who are alone and wondered if a visitor visiting on rainy, damp days would help them pass the time. I thought about those who suffer from depression and wondered if a friendly voice would help them smile. I thought about those who were mourning the passing of a loved one and wondered if they needed someone to put their arms around them, hugging the pain away. As always I said a little prayer for those struggling and hoped for a better day for each one of them.
Then something beautiful happened. It took me by surprise. It caught my eye, gleaming outside my patio door. Right in front of me, looking so colorful and bright was the most beautiful rainbow I had ever seen. A double rainbow that made two appearances. One as brilliant as the other. The sky around it seemed to be changing from grays, to shades of blues, back to dark gray, a little green and pinks galore.
God knows exactly what we need and when we need it. This might sound a little silly, but I believe that some of my prayers were answered today.
A rainbow is a message from above. A beautiful message filled with love from Someone who created everything our eyes see and, our heart feels. Sometimes, when things get a little harsh, He nods His head and sets things in motion as a reminder that He is always with us. That vibrant rainbow was precisely what I needed on this Autumn evening. It filled my soul with hope for a better tomorrow for our country, our world, and for all those I love.
My name is Cynthia Jean DeLuca. I am a wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. I believe in following your dreams and never giving up! Helping others is very important to me, for when we help others, we help ourselves. It is my hope to make a difference in the lives of children and grown-ups. My hobbies are writing, quilting and painting. I am a novice at all three but, enjoy them immensely. I grew up on a farm with no indoor plumbing and no heat in our upstairs. I love life and have a very strong faith. Working on inspirational short stories for grown- ups. Love to speak on topics that touch my heart.
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