Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Thought for Today


When I saw the roots on this mahogany tree I was amazed and moved.  I pray that my roots in Him are as immense and deep as these.  May we all be securely anchored through a powerful root system in order to weather any and all storms that come our way.












16 comments:

  1. What a magnificent tree. It certainly does give a feeling of strength and stability. May our faith be as anchored to Him as this tree is to the Earth beneath it.

    Have a Blessed Day!

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  2. POWERFUL and AMAZING how old those tree's can get....!
    Happy WfW

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  3. What a wonderful message...simply beautiful!

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  4. AMEN!!!! I love this.. and color me green with envy that you are in belize.... Thanks for visiting my blog today, ya made my day!

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  5. I love that!!! Beautiful picture and the perfect verse to go with it!
    I want to be securely anchored too!

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  6. Whoa... what a powerful way to visualize the work going on in the spirit as our root system grows in God!
    Thank you so much for sharing this :0)

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  7. I've never seen a mahogany tree before... Amazing! Great imagery.

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  8. One of my favorite verses and a great photo to represent it!! I am following your blog and look forward to future posts!

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  9. By the way, I am following through the networked blog.

    Regards, Mari

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  10. Amen! It's so important to have that root system before the storm hits, too!

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  11. That is just a perfectly stated post! I want everyone to say that about me. Thank you for sharing this. Thank you also for visiting my post and leaving a kind comment. Have a blessed weekend in Him!

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  12. Love the photo and scripture! God bless.

    judy

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  13. I absolutely love what you've added to this shot and verse! And what a great analogy to what our faith should look like!

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  14. Those are some massive roots! I love your reflection on this. Thanks, Alida!

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