Beautiful - both the flower and the quote.
i agree with Pradeepa! beautiful! and so true!
Yes it does! I pray my children will grow to fully understand this verse. Thanks for sharing and for linking up with The Wednesday Word!
Amen! We need his peace in our hearts!
Beautiful picture and Word! Blessings to you.
A gorgeous photo and beautiful verse.
I LOVE the photo, and the verse Alida! Absolutely beautiful!Have a Blessed Day!
Beautiful!! Love it!!
That is so beautiful, thank you.
In this world of turmoil, we all need peace, and it's solely from God.
That is so true! Beautiful flower!
The first word that came to my mind was "beautiful," and now I see your other commenters said the same thing!It is beautiful. I pray I can fully understand this myself.
Love it! Thanks for sharing. Blessings.
beautiful graphic!! I love it! :) and the verse is wonderful! thanks for the inspiration! :)
Amen to that, lovely graphic!Blessings!Jhunnelle
This goes so great with my post on guarding your joy. i love this!
Beautiful flower and Scripture.Blessings,Janis
Your picture reminded me of a poem my daughter had to write for her copywork.The Robin's Advice by Sara Orne JewettDown in a field, one day in June,The flowers all bloomed together,Save one who tried to hide herself, And drooped, that pleasant weather.A robin that had flown too high, And felt a little lazy,Was resting near this buttercup, Who wished she were a daisy.For daisies grow so big and tall; She always had a passionFor wearing frills about her neckIn just the daisies' fashion.And buttercups must always be The same old tiresome color, While daisies dress in gold and white,Although their gold is duller."Dear Robin," said the sad young flower,"Perhaps you'd not mind tryingTo find a nice white frill for meSome day when you are flying.""You silly thing!" the robin said; "I think you must be crazyI'd rather be my honest selfThan any made-up daisy."You're nicer in your own bright gown,The little children love you. Be the best butercup you can, And think no flower above you."Though swallows leave me out of sight, We'd better keep our places; Perhaps the world would all go wrong With one too many daisies."Look bravely up into the sky,And be content with knowingThat God wished for a buttercupJust here where you are growing."
Mama2dibs-I love that poem...thank you for sharing it!
Beautiful, and so very true!!