That's one of my favorite passages. It is so comforting! I love the picture! Have a great week Ruthie!xoxo Sharon
What a gorgeous photo. I have always wanted to visit Colorado.I have so, so enjoyed your posts on China--what a precious story. I can just imagine what the Chinese people thought of you, as I always think. when I see little foreign babies!And, I've just got to tell you, I love how you use the word "neat." My children think I'm "quaint" when I use that word (as I do, very often!)--Barbara
beautiful photo...and wonderful comforting verses...
How mighty is our Lord!
Barbara, I guess I use a lot of those "quaint" axpressions - what was common in my generation. LOL.My kids enjoy hearing those quaint sayings from their childhood. :)
Oh Ruthie... I love this passage of scripture, I can't tell you how many times remembering it has pulled me out of "the pit of despair"!The picture is absolutely beautiful!!
Just wonderful!, Ruthie. Deb
Mountains are amazing..beautiful picture!!
Thank you for your sweet comment while I was away! That is one of my favorite Psalms.
That picture takes my breath away! And just think that sunsets/sunrises are never the same.
Awesome shot. I knew those mountains were a little to close for in town.
Ruthie, Absolutely beautiful. In Estes Park this past weekend, I got to see the mountains sort of up close and I couldn't help but think of God and His majesty!
Beautiful picture. The passage was perfect!
The Rocky Mountains are so majestic. I certainly enjoyed living near them in 1954-55.
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