From the beginning of recorded history, we have approached the sea with a mixture of joy and fear, feeling some sort of connection to it. Just as the sea has high tides and low tides, our spirits occasionally soar to new heights and dive to deeper depths, and in between we live out our lives as an ebb tide. Delia Halverson takes readers for a stroll along the beach with conversational meditations, lines from the psalms, and small personal prayers that connect nature to day-to-day life. Use these quiet meditations as springboards for thinking about faith and spiritual growth.of. that. strange. bird, . the. pelican! The pelican is a rather strange bird, with its bucket-sized beak. As a child I often heard the little rhyme, aA funny bird is the pelican. Its beak can hold more than its belly can.a The pelican is a funny bird whenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Meditations by the Sea|
|Author||:||Delia Touchton Halverson|
|Publisher||:||Wood Lake Publishing Inc. - 1999|