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  1. Oooh...that's really beautiful, Marty.

    Have a lovely Sunday!

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  2. I like the way the colorful flowers are hidden.

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    1. The picture actually came first and when I saw it the verse came to mind...as much as we know now we've no idea the full beauty of God and His goodness.

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  3. Oh yes...agree with everyone else. Beautiful image and truth. Blessings.

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  4. I wish that was on a poster and hung so all could see and read, it is beautiful. Maybe you can make small note cards and sell them.

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    1. I've done that before...maybe I should make some new ones.

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  5. Marty, that photo is exquisite! And the promise of the Lord fills my heart. His revelations belong not only to us but to our children as well. As the parent of adult children, that encourages me immensely!
    Blessings,
    Janis

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    1. That is why the verse is so dear to me Janis! I have something everlasting to share with my children...it is very encouraging I think!

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  6. Amen! And yes, so beautiful!

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    1. Thanks, Lyli! You are always so sweet to stop and share kind words...it's appreciated!

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  8. This is so beautiful!! I am so thankful for all that He has revealed to us...and it makes me wonder of the beauty and majesty of the secret things... :) ~ Have a wonderful day and a blessed week!!

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    1. That is exactly how I feel, Amanda! Our first day of summer break so I'm thinking the week will go just fine :-)

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  9. Yes, He truly has secret things. When I read Rev. 10:4, and the thunders roar and John starts to write the words down and he is told, basically, "NO! Don't write those." Makes me wonder what, out of all those details in Revelation, is something done of us will never know until our whole world has changed. Hmm!

    Thank you for the Word and the photo. Very beautiful, touching.

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  10. Forever! I love the promises in Scripture of God's blessings to generations. As always, your picture is lovely.

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    1. Me too, Jennifer! I was raised in a godly home but we weren't covenantal...only in the last ten years with my own husband and family have we come to see Scripture through that lens and it has changed my whole world!

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