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  1. says

    I really love that photo. I can see it printed on a canvas hanging on my wall in all its simplistic beauty. And this verse reminds me of the time I walked into a room full of things that I realized I would one day have to explain later to the infant daughter I was carrying in my arms. And I was overcome with sorrow. So thankful for the One who overcame it all.
    Shelly Miller recently posted..Why I’m Not Giving Up and Neither Should You

  2. says

    I love that photo with that verse because, to me, it looks decidedly un-peaceful, like all those pods are about to blow. Which is peace, too, but in a different way.
    Megan Willome recently posted..A Cento

  3. says

    Oh Sandy, I really love that image. There’s something so deeply quiet and peaceful there. And coupled with that verse– just perfect. Thank you for this breath of fresh air.
    Kris recently posted..Weekend Wanderings

  4. says

    So very true. So necessary to be implanted deeply into our hearts. [I almost mis-typed "heats" instead of "hearts" and had to nod my head, b/c that is part of what we ARE facing.]
    Joanne Norton recently posted..PSALM 65:8

  5. says

    Your photo is ethereal and captures that breath of peace. It seems so elusive at times in the face of our problems. The peace is fragile like your photo–it needs to be nourished by God’s word and presence.
    Blessings,
    Janis
    Janis@Open My Ears Lord recently posted..Watercolor Nights

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