God's creation is a symphony, a tapestry of beautiful artwork. God's face can be seen through the morning sunrise as it dances across the land. His beauty is seen in the roses in springtime. His majesty is felt in the sound of coming storm clouds. God's promise of love to us can be seen in the light of the moon on the ocean and in the tide that washes against our ankles. The writer reminds us that we must take time to see the beauty around us, to rest in God's grace and to let God's love fill us until it overflows. God's promise of love is for a lifetime. His love is there whether we are living on the mountaintop or in the valley deep. It is the writer's prayer that the reader will truly see God in these pages. Tim Stewart was born in Florida, grew up in Colorado and relocated to South Carolina for college. He resides with his mom and stepfather, "Pops" in Gilbert, South Carolina. Life began to change unexplainably for Tim during his college years. Although unknown to him at the time, Tim later learned that he had a mental illness and in 2002 was diagnosed with schizophrenia. He has learned over the last few years that schizophrenia is part of who he is. But, more importantly, he knows that God is still in control despite the struggles associated with this disease. With his strong faith in God and the strong support of his family and friends he does his best to live each day to the fullest. God has given him a wonderful talent and his greatest desire is to use his writings to glorify his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.