I was made for more than this

I was made for more than this:

In the shimmer of a summer twilight 

the sunlight filters through the leaves and teases my soul

Touching a familiar ache

The shadow of an echo of a beauty I’ve never seen with human eyes

But the eyes of my heart behold and cannot look away

I know my destiny is somewhere beyond the sunset. 

I was made for more than this:

When everything is good and I know I’m blessed and yet …

Somehow I know there exists a surpassing better

Perfection impending

Suffering no longer existing

Glory beyond the mundane.

I was made for more than this:

And I feel like such a stranger on my own planet

As if in a few blinks this broken reality will shatter 

Everything wrong made right

As I find rest for my weariness. 


34 thoughts on “I was made for more than this

  1. This is beautiful, Susan. It reminds me of this CS Lewis quote: “If we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that we were made for another world.”

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  2. Thank you for the inspiration. I often feel this way, buy just like how you say, it goes away when you realize and accept that some things are meant not our way.

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  3. I’m glad you shared this with us. This post has less words than your typical but… so much meaning! I’ve read it a few times over the past few days. I breathe, close my eyes, and pray. We were all made for more than our own purposes. Thank you for reminding. Bless you and your family.

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    1. Thanks, Candy! There is something greater that we can’t see … a stronger love, a greater beauty, and a vaster greatness. We were made for it, and will not be satisfied until we arrive at the City with Foundations whose Builder and Maker is God!


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