What a stunning view! It reminds me of laying in the hammock on a pretty day and looking up. Thanks for linking with Scripture & A Snapshot.
Thanks so much Jennifer!! :) Have a wonderful day!
Great advice. I'm stopping by for a blog visit via Jumping Tandem Sunday! The words that you used today truly rest with me. After almost 2 weeks of severe pain I woke up to my 'normal' level. Not once did I ask God to take it away; just to give me strength to continue in that moment. Have a blessed week.
Wow! I'm so thankful that your pain level came down, and what a powerful testimony! May God continue to give you strength! Thanks for stopping by, have a blessed day!!
Yes, a reminder I needed today.
Thanks so much for stopping by Ashley, I hope you're doing well!! :)
Amanda,The clouds captured my attention. The dark around the white ... but the white showing up in the midst of that dark. You have a wonderful week. If you have time and want to - link at Sunday Stillness Blessings,Janis
Hi Janis! :) Thanks so much for stopping by and for the kind comments! I will certainly drop by and visit Sunday Stillness, thanks for the invite! :) Have a blessed day!!
What a beautiful picture! So nice to see that as I think about that scripture. The perfect visual!
I love your site... and it isn't just because we share a name :-)
Beautiful photo and scripture!
I love your photo. I took a few like that this week. The sky was so perfectly blue with the white billowing clouds.
I'm definately setting my sites on the Lord this week. Our week begins with Sunday night having our life group meet and share and study all of Gods blessings. The picture is a wonderful reminder.Ann
"Sky-scapes" always catch my heart ~ searching the heavens for that strength.
I spend a lot of time viewing above... and while driving over the Rockies, etc., and seeing gorgeous clouds, or, here in the Great Plains area, to see the clouds in April or May when they are huge puffy ones, I can nearly drive off highways. The gloriousness just catches my whole attention span. OOPS! But, love it! [Haven't crashed or slammed or hurt anyone, so that's a good thing. A kind "God" thing, I think.]