The Perfect Interpreter


I was not able to write this week, but I think now it was so that you could read this. Jeanne writes one of the most lovely and simple tributes to God’s kindness that I’ve read in a good, long while.

Oh for a thousand tongues to sing of our Redeemer…

Yes, every breath is a gift.  Every breath is grace.




2 responses to The Perfect Interpreter

  1. jeannedamoff says:

    Thanks for sharing this post with your readers, Kim. Oh for eyes to see and a heart that celebrates His kindness every moment! I’m with you in wishing for a thousand tongues. Love, Jeanne

  2. Erica Jones says:

    First of all: What a small world- Jeanne’s daughter-in-law Sarah is a good friend of mine from college!

    Kim, as you well know by know, your posts are finding their way around the facebook world. Two of your previous posts have been uncannily relevant to me. The one about “wasting your life” and the other about “pouting around the fringe” where you mention “you are in danger…”

    Blog posts can speak to someone whether or not they know the person, but this is the first time I have been REALLY affected. I woke up this morning knowing that I needed to get back in the word and in communion with the Lord.

    Thank you for being so candid.

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