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  1. Visiting from The Sunday Community. Nice to "meet" you.
    Blessings,
    Laura

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    1. Nice to meet you too, Laura! May your Sabbath be bless.

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  2. I didn't think of Job as poetic before reading this, but those words are beautiful.

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    1. There is so much more to that book than a story about patience, isn't there? I think we've done a disservice to the whole book by reducing it down the way we have to a quick little Bible story on suffering. I like your words...it is beautiful and poetic :-)

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  3. Powerful to ponder. Glad I came by from Jumping Tandem.
    Caring through Christ,~ linda

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    1. Thank you, Linda. May He grant insight to your ponderings and draw you closer to Him.

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  4. The question ... Do you know, three times and
    to know there is a hand written note from someone
    I met along the way that reads Job 37:19

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    1. Sonya! I'm so glad you stopped by...I loved your post today!

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  5. Beautiful picture. There are so many hidden gems like this in the book of Job - encouragement or reminders of God's greatness.

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    1. I love the back and forth conversation between Job and God...and God telling him to basically pull up his pants and answer him like a man. He is indeed great!

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  6. Thanks for bringing us back to that man of God who struggled greatly, yet emerged victorious!

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    1. To be able to suffer as Job did...that would be something.

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  7. The Lord's handiwork is evident in all things and especially in this lovely image that you captured of the sky and clouds! Thank you for sharing. Have a blessed Sabbath!

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    1. Thank you, Anne. And may your Sabbath be one of peace and rest.

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  8. Beautiful photo! And how great to be reminded of his wondrous works. Thanks for sharing today!

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  9. Oh man, I don't spend too much time in the Book of Job. This is beautiful!

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    1. Thank you, Barbie. I'm sure I don't either and it's such a wonderful book with so much for us to learn.

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  10. Hi Marty!! :) What a beautiful photograph!! And I just love those words from Job, God's works are so awesome!! Hope you've been doing well!! Have a blessed day :)

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    1. Thank you, friend! Things have been going well...may you be blessed as well.

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  11. Marty,
    I just took a cloud picture this morning with my new camera. I love looking at things through the Bible's eyes - it is so much clearer.
    Thanks for linking to Sunday Stillness.
    Blessings,
    Janis

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    1. His word does change how we view the physical world, doesn't it? Enjoy the new camera!

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  12. Clouds are so inspiring, aren't they? Visiting from Jumping Tandem!

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  13. Visiting from the Sunday community... great picture.

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  14. Do you know?.... Good thinking/sharing Word/words. Keeps us focusing in the right direction. Thanks.

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