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10 Summertime Quiet Places That Remind Me of Heaven

I cherish my quiet time with the Lord. With summer here, I went on a search for quiet places that remind me of Heaven and would help focus my thoughts on Jesus.

Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest (Matthew 6:31).

Someday we will be surrounded by beauty with Jesus in every gleam of light, every thought, and every movement. In the meantime, enjoy the beauty of thinking of “someday.” Let me know which quiet time place sets your heart longing for Heaven.

Poolside Quiet

lounge chairs by a pool from Southern Living magazine

From Southern Living

Front Porch Quiet

wicker chair with pillows on a front porch from Country Living for a post on Quiet Places

From Country Living

Here’s 8 More!

Nest Rest Quiet from Dedon

Quiet Pool from Realty John

Shabby Chic Quiet from Country Home

 Vintage Outdoors Quiet from The Glam Camping Company

 Garden Quiet from The Keukenhof Gardens in the Netherlands in Impressive Magazine

Quiet Retreat at The Canterbury Retreat Conference Center: Ricardo Ramirez Buxeda, Orlando Sentinel of the Canterbury Retreat Conference Center

Sea Quiet from Best Home Designing

Book Nook Quiet from Story Book Love Affair

I know that it isn’t the beautiful place that makes for a restful quiet time with God. It is how we make a place beautiful by meeting Jesus there.  But I can still look forward to Heaven, can’t I?

Question of the day: What do you picture when you think of the perfect place for quiet time with the Lord? (Drop your wisdom in the comment box below.)

Susan Gaddis, Helping you build a spiritual legacy

“Jesus likes it when we share.” -Adelaide, age 3: Pass this along to everybody and their brother. OK, maybe not everybody’s brother, but you know . . . all of your friends would be good.

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