"If you write FOR a particular market or FOR a particular editor you will often miss the mark. But if you write because your fingers have danced across the keyboard, because a character has tapped you on the shoulder, because a story has settled in your heart, then even if you never sell it you have done the work you were meant to do. And sometime, dear readers, real magic happens." Jane Yolen


Still - Monday Manna for September 21

Monday Manna

The purpose of Monday Manna is to get together and get to know Christ more through His Word.

On the first and third Mondays of each month, anyone who wants to participate can post their thoughts on a specific verse--posted here at my blog on the Thursday before, to allow you to chew on it over the weekend. It doesn't have to be long -- just a few thoughts, a picture you feel helps express it, a poem, a short story, a devotional. Just post it on your blog on Mondayish (early OR late is fine, by the way!), then come back here and link up in the MckLinky gadget that will be at the bottom of MY post at o'dark thirty that morning.

I've been moving. A lot. And I know I'm not the only one. This seemed like a good thing to meditate on.

So, here is Monday's verse:
The LORD will fight for you; you need only to be still. Exodus 14:14
Hope this verse motivates you - and that you'll put something together and link up here on Monday . See you then!


  1. Aha! Another morning person! I hadn't realized that about you!

    Yes, I "move" a lot too. "Be still" has been God's command to me lately.

    I will certainly medidate upon this post.

    Thanks, Joanne!

  2. Oh...YES...I'll join in.

    I LOVE the passage you've selected!

    Happy 'moving'. :-)

  3. Oh, I loooooooove this verse! It's pulled me thru some tough/busy/crazy times. LoL Hope I can get soemthing written for it...


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