Hebrews 6 was written in December 2015 as I traveled to Seaside, Oregon for a Christmas vacation with my three adult kids. They were coming from Portland and I was planning to meet them there. I decided to go a day early so that I could do some writing. This trip had so many challenges, or should I call them darts. I got lost, arrived late and went to a hotel that I could not stay at due to the smell. I finally ended up at a darling oceanfront lodge. At this lodge the room was decorated with anchors, ships and sails. Even the bedspread was covered in anchors of all shapes and sizes. Since it was late when I arrived and raining in the morning, I didn’t get to go to the beach, but I enjoyed hot coffee in my room, took pleasure in the ocean from a distance and wrote the meditation Hope: the Anchor for the Soul. This meditation is a “go to” meditation for me when I forget that Jesus is my hope no matter what circumstance I am in. He promised to never leave us and he promised eternity with him. I hope you enjoy the setting in this meditation of walking along the pier and imagining your own boat of life and finding your anchor. The length is 7:03
Linda Baker (Submitted on Jul 19th 2016)
With this meditation I had a little trouble identifying with the boat at the dock because right now I feel like a drifting boat waiting to find safe harbor. But the anchor I saw as a huge, heavy weight that would keep me from drifting without direction to guided and steadied. Again Cinda's voice and the relaxation were so helpful to me.