Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Word Filled Wednesday







Psalm 90:17
And let the beauty of the Lord our God be upon us: and establish thou the work of our hands upon us; yea, the work of our hands establish thou it.



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12 comments:

jhunnelle said...

I haven't noticed this verse before,

In NASB version it says "Let the favor of the Lord our God be upon us; and confirm for us the work of our hands, yes confirm the work of our hands"

I love it, thank you for sharing.

Beth in NC said...

That is beautiful Cathy! Is that one of your flowers?

Thank you for sharing God's Word.

Bless you today!
Beth

Mildred said...

Happy Wednesday Cathy. Thank you for the beautiful Psalm this morning. Enjoy your day.

Ozjane said...

What a beautiful prayer that is.
I am having a lovely time taking flower photos at the moment.

From the Heart said...

Beautiful verse and picture.

RCUBEs said...

Beautiful image...Sometimes, some marvel at it without realizing the Hands that created it...God bless.

Monica said...

I love reading the Psalms! Such wonderful promises to be found! Thanks for the encouraging words today!

Cathy said...

Thank you, Beth. My next door neighbor has a huge bush, and I have taken many pictures from it. I believe it is a rose of sharon bush.

Julie Arduini said...

Gorgeous in word and picture!

Alida said...

How lovely! Praising Him for His beauty!

Stefanie Brown said...

What a wonderful Psalm. I always love verses God leads you to share. Thank you for being obedient to His leading.
Happy WFW!

Peggy (mazmagi) said...

Blessings Cathy...Always such a beautiful fragrance and Word over here. The photo and the flower are the beauty of the Lord. This Psalm is a precious reminder of God's handiwork but the REAL thing in nature illustrates the beauty so well. The color is so vivid! Hope your day was rosy!!! Thanks for all the many visits and encouragement you've invested in me! Your time and words are appreciated always.

Love and peace, (BIG HUG)
Peggy