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  1. Beautiful. This is one of my favorite Psalms. :)

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    1. Mine too...such beautiful truth!

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  2. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing and linking up!

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    1. My pleasure, Barbie! And thank you for hosting The Weekend Brew each week.

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  3. Beautiful picture! Thanks so much especially for the verse, drawing us near to the Lord this Sunday morning.

    Mary

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    1. You're so welcome, Mary. I hope we can all quiet our hearts this morning as we go into our houses of worship and meet with the King!

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  4. awesomely serene, still, peace ... this is how I love to start my day! thanks, Marty!

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    1. So glad you could stop by here early in your day!

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  5. How many times I've sat and looked at a scene like the one in the picture and thought the exact same thing David thought. Beautiful.

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    1. It was quite peaceful and serene.

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  6. Such peace illustrated in that photo. Love the Scripture to go with it. The idea of "waiting" on anything these days is something many people can't relate to, so busy they are. But there's strength to be found in stillness and in waiting on God.

    Thanks for sharing this lovely post.

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    1. It is definitely something that our society has neglected, isn't it? Thanks for taking time to comment and share your thoughts!

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  7. Incredible beauty, stillness and peace here at your place today--

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    1. We've had a very hectic and sick last couple of weeks so I am working hard to cultivate the quiet and peace :-)

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  8. Beautiful photo, marty. And the words remind me to turn to the Lord only. In Him alone will I find my HOPE. Hope is my word for this year.
    Thank you for visiting,
    Janis

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    1. Glad the picture means something special and helps you hold more tightly to your word this year :-)

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  9. Beautiful, you could actually sell this as a photo for others to purchase.

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    1. You know, I've actually been considering compiling all my Sunday post into a book of some sort to sell. And then use the funds for something like our friend's adoption fund or some other mission work.

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  10. What an amazing backdrop! Wow...just glorious, Marty.

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  11. Once again, you captured the perfect photo for a wonderful verse!

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    1. Sometimes I plan the picture around a verse but more often than not, and in this case, the image caused me to think of the verse :-)

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  12. Hope in God alone. Amen! Your picture is gorgeous.

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