Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Word Filled Wednesday





O taste and see that the LORD is good: blessed is the man that
trusteth in him.

Psalm 34:8, King James Version


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9 comments:

Denise said...

Nice verse, and such a lovely picture.

Cherry said...

Linking up after you at Word-filled Wednesday. Beautiful photo, and beautiful words - thanks! And always fun to see another grandma who is blogging!

Renee said...

Beautiful!

Nona said...

Hi Cathy, so beautiful, verse and picture. I'm a new follower of yours on GFC, here and on your Wordsong Collection. Such beautiful music. Do you have music I could share with my readers and link back sometimes? Also, I'm following you on Twitter. I'd love for you to follow me too. So nice getting to meet you. Love your talents. Blessings, Nona@gr8day2save.com

Peggy (mazmagi) said...

Blessings Cathy,

Ohhh how lovely are the flowers...
(isn't that a song?) They really are!!!

But this is a wonderful verse and
close to what 365 promises shared for today: Psalm 37:4... they shared this one of yours this past Sat.with a wonderful devotion.

Here is the part I like:
"I believe that God is extending an invitation for us to not only behold His goodness from afar, but to come close and taste and see that He really is good. In some Christian circles, looking for an experience with God might be seen as undermining the importance of believing without seeing. I am not suggesting that we base our entire Christian walk on experience, but I would suggest that experience is part of any relationship that we have."

Yes, Cathy, let us taste and see the goodness of Our Lord as we trust in Him for so many and so much! Thankful to be so blessed!
Thanks for the lovely garden shot.
They are yours, right?

Thanks for your many visits and keeping me up to date in FB (lol)! I did not get a chance to link up to WFW but my Giving Thanks would have worked today!

Love and thanks,
Peggy

Cathy said...

Peggy, thanks for your sweet visit. No, Dear, the flowers are certainly not mine. I wish! I took that picture at one of my favorite nursery and landscape shops.

Aliene said...

Hi Cathy! The Lord is so good. I love that verse. Stop by and say hello.

Joan said...

Beautiful photo and lovely verse. Yes, the Lord is good - if only we would taste and see.

Blessings,
Joan

Kaye Swain - SandwichINK for the Sandwich Generation said...

What lovely autumn mums! And what a lovely way to illustrate these inspiring Bible verses. Have a blessed week. :)