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Andrew Ross  Lover of Jesus | Friend | Enthusiast | Observer | https://www.Modernscribesblog.wordpress.com

Ending Chapters | New Beginnings

First homemade hot chocolate of the year.
#PTL

Homemade blueberry poptarts with a grapefruit, honey, cream and goat cheese icing. Used two crusts: pie crust and puff pastry.

Holy Goodness | New Blog Post

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Photo credit: @zellersamuel

Just tried @steepedcoffee for the first time yesterday. Fell in love. It's not often that I choose to drink a coffee just black but it was an easy choice with this coffee. Big fan. Try it, asap, if you love coffee.

When your coffee needs a coffee

• Charcuterie •

It's amazing how many different flavors, textures, and combinations can be made here. Sweet, salty, nutty, sour, meaty, crunchy, creamy, and chewy. When you bring it all together, it creates a symphony of flavors.
Its almost like it was the intention of our Creator to create variety. To reconcile all peoples back to Himself through Jesus so that the variety would create a symphony of different but perfectly orchestrated and arranged parts. Carefully chosen to reveal His heart.

Your part in the body of Christ is not insignificant. There is no such thing as an insignificant role when it comes to Jesus. Keep your eyes fixed on Him. Keep your eyes atuned to His spirit. We need you.

We all love the big finale, the moment that the crescendo arrives. We wait in eager anticipation for it to come. But every moment leading up to it matters. The way that every note in an orchestra is played in it's proper place. The crash comes in where it should, everything drops to set stage for the one moment where notes on a piano are gently played.

The space. The breaths. Creating movement and momentum. Giving room to breath to take in what just happened and then to prepare and anticipate what's to come.

All of the small moments lead up to the grandeur part. The climax is built upon moment by moment. This photo, built on singular shots of one or two fireworks going off at a time, overlapped to create a finale. This was not a moment capturing the finale. This was the work of being present, paying attention, capturing, taking in what was happening, of carefully placing each shot into it's place. Editing. Reediting. This is the moment that all the other moments contributed to. Without the others, this wouldn't exist.

What are you doing with this moment?

You should go try out Spring Hill's new coffee shop. Went a few weeks ago. Really enjoyed their cold brew.

This guy had a birthday. He caught me taking a photo of him and this is the moment he realized.

Jordan is awesome. There are many things I could say about him but ultimately, he lives a life of generosity. He loves to give. I have been so blessed to live alongside of Jordan and continually learn about God in the way the Jordan pursues and gives of himself so generously. I hope you know how celebrated you are, Jordan. Thankful for you.

Tried Pilgrim Coffee for the first time today. Thoroughly enjoyed it. The aesthetics were quite pleasing.

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