Deep calls to deep in the roar of your waterfalls;
All your waves and breakers have swept over me.
There is something about the Atlantic that centers me.
Its waves are wild and unmanageable and welcoming. One cannot sneak into their grasp.
You tackle them in full sprint or you get out of the water cause its just not worth the cold.
I grew up on this coast. Searching for shells. Buried in the sand, with salty air in my lungs.
I grew up under the breakers, carried by an unleashed power beyond my ability to control.
If you were to ask me what I love about my Jesus, I would say…
I adore how He swept me into redemption
And how He frees me to live under the crashing surf
With energy, danger, and purpose here; hope as I’ve never seen.
Thoreau said, “You must live in the present and launch yourself on every wave.”
Looking back, I can see that those breakers were never haphazard after all.
By day the LORD directs his love, at night his song is with me… for I will yet praise Him,
My Savior and my God. (Ps 42)