Thank you for that quote, I think it sends a message of hope everyone needs right now in a time of seasonal depression. The part of the quote that stands out to me is the “soil of our souls“ it reminds me of how our presence and intention of being with God is what glorifies his word. It shows how Jesus flourishes in us not for what we do or try to prove to him, but for who we are in the glory of God and to me that‘s really powerful.
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