"I'm tired, God."
"Come home, Suzanne."
"Weary. Too many decisions to make. Things I don't understand."
"And now I'm out here, wandering around ... lost ... confused."
"I've been waiting and watching for you."
"Come home. Stop lingering over there."
"But God time never stops. Things keep changing, and I feel like I can't deal with it."
"Come home, Suzanne ... Please."
"Home? What is home? The house you gave me? 'Cause I'm there all the time."
"The friends I've surrounded myself with? The books I write?"
"The church ... what of the church?"
"No, Suzanne. Please, I'm pleading. Come home."
"Home. Take my hand. Walk with me."
"Walk with you, God? Just me and you?"
"Just me and you. I'm home."
It was by faith that Abraham obeyed the summons to go out to a place which he would eventually possess, and he set out in complete ignorance of his destination. It was faith that kept him journeying like a foreigner through the land of promise, with no more home than the tents which he shared with Isaac and Jacob, co-heirs with him of the promise. For Abraham’s eyes were looking forward to that city with solid foundations of which God himself is both architect and builder. (Heb 11:8-10 JBPHILLIPS)
Softly and Tenderly (Lyrics)
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Suzanne D. Williams
Suzanne Williams Photography
Suzanne Williams is a native Floridian, wife, and mother, with a penchant for spelling anything, who happens to love photography.