Five Minute Friday- Whole

Oh, “Five Minute Friday!” How I’ve missed you! Seems hard to believe, but lately I don’t even feel like I’ve had five minutes to participate….a sad, sad story I tell….and well, just know…I’m working on it…and God is too.

So, flex your fingers, and let’s play Five Minute Friday.

Where we throw caution (editing, revising, and worrying) to the winds and just write. Without wondering if it’s just right or not.

For five minutes flat. Then link up here www.thegypsymama.com.

Today’s prompt is:  Whole.

Ready? GO!

What does it mean to be whole? We live our lives so fragmented and disjointed, is it ever possible to achieve wholeness?

I glimpse it sometimes.  Wholeness….an echo of what it will be like when we are reunited with that which we were created for.  With HE who we were created for.  I sense it in the bond between my husband and I. When we are so in sync that words aren’t needed and yet agreement is achieved.  

I sense it in my children. In a moment when they make a difficult decision reflect God’s will.  

I sense it in my writing, when the Holy Spirit fills my fingers and my words reflect his love…His message. 

I sense it in the morning sunrise and the stars at night.  

And I sense it in the yearning of my heart.  The strong pull that pines for a deeper relationship with my Creator and Savior.  I am not made for this world.  Here I will never see WHOLE. But someday….I will sit at Christ’s feet and then I will be whole.

“If I discover within myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world”

–  CS Lewis

12 thoughts on “Five Minute Friday- Whole

  1. Great opening line – “We live our lives so fragmented and disjointed, is it ever possible to achieve wholeness?” It is a wonderful conversation starter, something to ponder…and you answered it so beautifully…and in five minutes! So happy I stopped by your work today! Your words have blessed me – thanks

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