Blessings

Praise the Lord

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Sometimes we can read a scripture that we just fall in love with.  It holds so much for us; it draws us in.  The Word of God is alive.  In the beginning was the Word.  Psalm 19 is one of those for me that I just held onto.  It begins by just singing God’s praises.

I never get enough of the beauty in the sunrises and sunsets.  Each and every day it never gets old.  I love using the pictures that family and friends send too.  The beauty of the Lord is so incredible that words fall short.

And between that sunrise and sunset, and between that sunset and sunrise, God weaves a most precious tapestry for our lives.  When we walk with the Holy Spirit, we can better follow that weaving that is meant for our good.  A weaving more incredible that our human minds cannot even comprehend.  He speaks to us and in the night He reveals knowledge.

This scripture reminds me of a dream where the Holy Spirit was speaking through me telling people to put it all out there.  Pastors preach, messengers tell what you biblically see and hear.  The Word was demonstrated by beautiful fruit, and we were in a field putting it all out onto fruit stands.  But there were gaps and we were told in that field to fill those gaps and pray.  He said they’ll be coming.

Verse 4 – Yet their voice goes out into all the earth, their words to the ends of the world. Verse 7 and 8 tells us the statues of the Lord make wise the simple and the precepts give joy to the heart and light to the eyes.

The Holy Spirit in that dream told me that what we put out will never go bad.  He said don’t worry about that.  Praise the Lord, our Rock and our Redeemer.  Shine His light into this world.

God bless you!

(I was looking for a picture with a cloud that had a heart in it for a post one day.  I couldn’t find what I was looking for so I went outside to take a break and this cloud was over my head.  God is so good.  So often He knows the desires of our heart before we even ask.)

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