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  1. Who will listen? Good thoughts! Stopping by from Scripture & a Snapshot. Have a blessed day!

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  2. We are neighbors this week at the Sunday community - good to visit. Love the quote at the top of your blog, a wonderful theme song - or symphony as he says. Copied it into my journal. Thank you!

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    1. Howdy neighbor! When I first came across that quote I just feel in love with it...glad you like it too :-)

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  3. Ah, to hear the call and then answer confidently!

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    1. If we would only trust that the King...our King...rules!

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  4. this was just what our sermon was one this morning... Yes God, LOL. Lovely!

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    1. Part of oour Scripture reading today was from Joshua chapter one...be courageous...every place that you put your foot I have given to you...we must say yes don't you think?

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  5. Love this! Oh what God can do with our "yes"!

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  6. Can you imagine hearing the voice of the Lord? I wonder is it a voice or a rush of wind or a quiet whisper or ...?

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    1. Your comment me reminded me of the verse from Job: "Behold these are but the outskirts of His ways, and how small a whisper do we hear of him! But the thunder of His power who can understand?" (Job 26:14)

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  7. Praying for the courage to always say yes!

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  8. "Here I am, Send Me!" I love this so much Marty!! Beautiful! :) Hope you're doing well, have a blessed day!!

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  9. So beautiful, Marty...and I pray that I am that courageous. Have a wonderful week!

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  10. Thank you Marty! I think about Moses, who was worried about his abilities and wondering who would speak for him ... And Lord sending Aaron to accompany Moses - Lord prepares our way, up when we take the first steps ... When we are courageous to hear and obey.

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  11. I love to hear Him ask me if I'm willing, will I go and will I do. NOT as important as what Isaiah was being asked to do, but still get excited when I know it's Him asking me to move forward, to serve Him.

    Love that verse. AND your photo. Beautiful combination.

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