Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Word-filled Wednesday

This scripture always stirs my spirit! Our God DOES reign forever, and ever! Join us for Word-filled Wednesdays! Visit Amy-Deanne and learn more!

7 comments:

the160acrewoods said...

a gorgeous picture!!! and love that verse! thanks michelle for being a blessing this week!

groovyoldlady said...

I know a song with those words, so that verse makes me want to sing!

Angela (Gran) said...

Good Evening...Michelle!
Thanks for your visit today. I hope that your area wasn't hit with the severe storm damage last night.

I love your WW it is beautiful. Thanks for sharing it with us today.

Take care of you...I hope that you are feeling better now.

May you have a restful night feeling refreshed to begin a new day filled with many blessings.

(((HUGS)))

Angela

mylifewithbipolardisorder said...

Hi Michelle, Thanks for the lovely picture and beautiful verse. It's comforting to remember that our God reigns, no matter what we go through in all the changing scenes of life. I am reminded recently that not one sparrow will fall without our Heavenly Father's knowledge, and the very hairs of our head are all numbered! May this sweet reminder strengthen our hearts and hands as we press on in this pilgrim journey. Hope you have a blessed day. Take care. Regards, Nancie

Anonymous said...

Love this...you have really directed Wordless Wednesday directly where it needs to be!
Ma(Jennifer)
doublenickelfarm.blogspot.com

mylifewithbipolardisorder said...

Hi Michelle,

It's wonderful to remember that God loves us and is working all things for our good and His glory. Every time I survived an episode of depression, I cherish life and the people around me better, and strive harder to live for the glory of God. I am sharing about the blessings I may derive from bipolar, with its ups and downs. Would you like to drop by my blog and share some of your blessings too? Take care. May you have a blessed day.

With kind regards,
Nancie

J-ME said...

Just checking in as it has been too long! What a gorgeous picture. I like that verse, too.
It looks like your Ruth stitching is coming right along!