Meet Me in Galilee II — 14 Comments

  1. So very beautiful, Maryleigh! Yes, Resurrection has become a way of life for us, when we let Him pour that new breath into us every day. My Galilee is meeting Him in the preciousness of life, every moment of it a gift. Oh may I see Him more here! Blessings and love to you dear friend!

    • Bettie, Praising God for what His resurrection has done for our loved ones! So glad you and yours are doing well and celebrating answered prayers! Love and Shalom to you, too!

  2. Oh, I am meeting in Galilee! Hallelujah! Yes, the rejoicing of Christ’s resurrection! I want it to go on and on. I love this post, Maryleigh. I will read it again because I am excited all over again!

    • Linda, In Galilee – Jesus, the Holy Spirit, Speaking in Tongues, thousands saved – and the rest of their lives spent saving the lost – all kinds of lost! Praying we reach those God gives us with the same Meet Me in Galilee faith! I’m excited with you! Shalom – Maryleigh

  3. Maryleigh, I love, love this! There have been more Easters than I care to count where the Monday that followed was just “another day.” I love the reminder that we are an Easter people. I am praying about your questions about where Jesus is meeting me and where my Galilee is. Thank you for this!!

    • Last week felt like a hard journey to Galilee – and I made it. I’ve arrived with expectation. This week, I’m waiting with expectation!

    • Corinne, Last week felt like a hard journey to today. Maybe that is what the trip to Galilee felt like for those that went. Today I’m waiting with expectation! When I wait with expectation, God never fails to arrive!

    • All week long, I’ve been saying over and over, “Meet Me in Galilee” – it was a particularly hard week. I’m praying that last week was a journey, and this week will be a revelation and Holy Spirit infilling!

  4. Very nicely written! I need to meet in Galilee for a refreshing! Thank you for your beautiful words and photography ❤

    • Thanks so much for coming by – and your kind words! How exciting would it have been to have gone to Galilee then! It just boggles my mind!

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