Sunrise—Five Min Friday writing prompt

There is something special and invigorating about watching the sunrise of a new day. It speaks of promise, hope, future, a plan, and joy in each and every rising.

Being an early riser has afforded the privilege of seeing sunrises daily. So accustomed to them, I feel I have lost the best part of the day should the sun rise before me.

The most special time is on Easter morning. Sitting outside watching and waiting for the sun to break forth on that most glorious of all mornings. Easter morning. The tomb is empty.

He is Risen. He is Risen indeed!

7 thoughts on “Sunrise—Five Min Friday writing prompt

  1. I love your pictures and your words. The picture I posted was of Easter as well. But, I am not a morning person, so I don’t see as many sunrises as I would like. I have to be intentional about making the effort to start my day early.

  2. I’m your neighbor on the Five Minute Friday link up. I used to be a morning person but these days find me sleeping in past the sun. Years ago we went to Florida for spring break and my brother and dad got up early to go to the beach and see the sunrise. There have been times I’ve been up early heading out somewhere and it always feels like a special gift to see the light arise. Thank you for your sharing.

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