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Everyone has a place(s) where God speaks to them, or the Holy Spirit nudges and sometimes pushes them. Everyone has a place where they go to “hear.” Don’t they? We do and it is our rooftop patio. We have talked about it before and we wanted to show you what it actually looks like today. It looks exactly the same as it did 5 months ago when we dragged the most comfortable outdoor chairs we could find at the market up 4 flights of stairs to the top. Nope – definitely not a stylish place but it is so comfortable and the place we go to “hear.”
All the conveniences of home – well the ipads link us there. Don’t miss the elegant broken tile foot rest. That is Cindy’s space. I have the round construction tub-like thing! But it holds drinks and snacks and doubles as a foot rest.
We read here. We talk. We pray. We listen for answers and directions, purposes and plans. And believe me HE talks to us up here. Sometimes we just go to the roof not thinking or expecting anything and HE still speaks! No doubt that whenever we go to the roof, something is in the works. All of our projects this year started here, including The Angel House.
In His Mighty Grip on the rooftop,