Sunday Stills

Margaret —  December 30, 2012 — 7 Comments


 “The wonder of restoration is exemplified through the visions of Ezekiel--an exiled Old Testament prophet, and realized throughout the life of Christ. In Jesus’ journeys, he routinely looked on  people the religious leaders dismissed, and spoke life, leaving those who watched awestruck by the wonder of restoration. Such moments invite us to inhale and exhale divine restoration more fully.”

 --Margaret Feinberg, Wonderstruck

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WonderstruckIn Wonderstruck, Margaret invites you to toss back the covers, climb out of bed, and drink in the fullness of life. Wonderstruck will help you:

  • Recognize the presence of God in the midst of your routine
  • Discover peace in knowing you’re wildly loved
  • Identify what's holding you back in prayer
  • Develop a renewed passion for God
  • Celebrate the extraordinary moments in everyday life

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7 responses to Sunday Stills

  1. Love reading Wonderstruck, especially chapter 1 : )
    It is speaking to areas of my heart that the Lord and I are in conversation about.
    Thank you Margaret.

  2. Margaret ,

    I love the line,” that he routinely looked on people the religious leaders dismissed.” I was laid off from a parochial school last year. Actually 7 teachers were. I carried the health insurance for our family and not has put us under much stress. Their reasons were purely monetary and were contrary to social teaching.

    Through the months though, Jesus has restored us as a family and many blessings have come from me not working.

    Thank you Lord for being sovereign and leaving me Wonderstruck!

  3. warrriorforchrist December 31, 2012 at 10:13 pm

    What can we make of this wild God who whistles for flies and bees? Isaiah 7:18 I picture Him in my mind’s eye, standing on a hill, pursing His lips…or maybe He does it like some guys do and puts thumb and forefinger in His mouth and gives a sharp whistle. Can you see this? The Majesty of the entire universe and beyond whistling for flies and bees. What other crazy things does He do besides pick up a prophet by his hair? Or have Ezekiel, who was just an average Joe, hanging out with his friends by the river, totally wonderstruck by the sight of God arriving in all His glory with a bunch of angels that look strange beyond description? And we’re going to live with this Person for the rest of our lives. The word “adventure” won’t even begin to describe it!

    I am still making my way through Wonderstruck, enjoying every minute!

    • That imagery of God whistling leaves me completely wonderstruck. Thank you for sharing. Thrilled you’re enjoying Wonderstruck, warrrior. Wishing you a blessed New Year.

  4. Dear Margaret,
    I found this photo you took on pinterest while I was doing research for a planned drawing on the subject of homeless people. The photo is gorgeous.I would like to ask for your permission to use the photo for a pencil portrait drawing on the mentioned subject.
    Hope to hear from you soon
    Yours Silke from Germany

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