Great verse and photo! Hope you have a happy Word-filled Wednesday!
Alida,I love the approach of “one day at a time”. He wants us to be concerned about THIS day that we are in, and speak out in it. Luke 19:40 is such a great visual for me. May the Lord never have to resort to hearing stones praise him as long as we have lips to do so! What a great new habit to develop. I pray the Lord’s strength and courage to keep you on this path. Many blessings on your ministry, sister.
Great integration of verse and photo! Have a wonderful week!Ramonahttp://create-with-joy.blogspot.com
So glad you visited my blog!!Yes, you hit the nail on the head with this post!1 I want JOY to come out of my mouth: to my kids, to my husband,to myself. Truly, the mouth speaks that which fills the heart!
Love the verse and photo Alida!Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting on my blog... If nothing else, it helped me find yours! :-)Have a Blessed Day!
Love the scripture and your thought- I hope you are having a wonderful week!
I lived in Guatemala for 14 years. (I grew up as a missionary kid.) That's really close to Belize!
I hope you are having a great day and I send you blessings for the rest of the week.Shawn
The blog is very good!Congratulations!http://nelsonsouzza.blogspot.com
I came across this very portion of Scripture in my readings this week. And I love your photo with it!
Thanks for the thought for the day...very nice. Take care.debra
This is a great verse and photo and I love your name Alida. I am glad to have found your blog and I will be back often for a visit.
Speaking out and speaking up for HIM! I love it and I'm with ya!!
I love that verse....I love seeing the beauty in stones, from the river bed to diamonds and we are living stones...and go through much of the process of shaping that stones go through. I love to remember that it takes a diamond to cut a diamond and so when we are cut by another it is part of the process of shaping or creating a facet to show forth light.All stones have beauty....and that very beauty cries out from the rocks to the pebbles.
This is my favorite verse. I love the mental imagery of the Power of God that I get from it.