Faith in the Everyday
Very pretty especially with the pink flowers in the background.
That's beautiful, Michelle!
AMEN!! That's one of the most important aspects to recall; we are in and out of all places so often... and then we must slow down, quiet down, and wait before Him.
May I be this week. what an amazing challenge for me.
love it !my worship..
I like the reflection on the ball in this photo, and the verse, it gets my attention. Have a great Sunday Michelle.
A needed reminder of just being silent.
This is beautiful.(Thanks for counting down the seconds before the launch at the new place. Fun!)
Wow, great photo!
I don't know whether I want to be silent or shout...either way, our God is an awesome God!!! Cool photo, too, Michelle.
Dang. I love that photo --- is is a town square? In Nebraska?Word. The Word is always good.
"...in his temple.." so reassuring.
Powerful. Perfect photo for the verse - all we have here is a minute reflection of all of Him. Beautiful.
such a sweet solid silence:)glad thanks,Jennifer
Wow. Love the way the reflection in the globe creates the impression of a dome. Reminds me of these lines from Rich Mullins song, The Color Green:And every house must have it's builder And I awoke in the house of God Where the windows are mornings and evenings Stretched from the sun Across the sky north to south And on my way to early meeting I heard the rocks crying outLovely, peaceful, quiet Sunday to you, Michelle.Love, Jeanne
That is very cool!
God is good. Amen.
Wow, thanks for those beautiful lyrics, Jeanne.
I really like your interpretation - just a minute reflection of his huge love and grace. Love that, Maureen.
It does look like a town square, doesn't it? Just an optical illusion though -- it's the reflection of my street and a couple of neighbor's houses. The gazing ball is on my next door neighbor's front lawn.
I always need to reminder to be silent!
Sunday blessings to you, too, Shelly.
Always a challenge for me, too...
The Lord is in His Holy Temple...I keep forgetting that His temple is in me. All the glory of the Lord that wants to shine through, and it is so easy to just clutter His way with stuff and motion. This is a beautiful snapshot of serenity.
I think we learn so much when we are silent. Be still and KNOW... He is God.
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