Saturday, 6 October 2012

Psalm 98:4

Dunnottar Castle
Scotland
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11 comments:

Stephanie said...

Great verse! When I play the piano at church, I love hearing the congregation singing to the Lord. Imagine what it will be like in heaven when we're there before the Lord singing praises to Him. What a joyous sound it will be! :)

Hugs,
Stephanie

Mari said...

As usual, you've paired a great photo with the perfect verse!

Cooking Up Faith said...

I just added your blog to my blogroll. Keep up the great work you're doing with the Lord!

Lauren Davenport said...

Stephanie, What a blessing it must be for you to play the piano at church. What a glorious time it will be when we are singing praises together in heaven!!

Mari, You are such a constant blessing to me. Thank you for taking time to visit my blog (and comment) every day. Many blessings to you, my friend.

Cooking Up Faith, I love your blog, your recipes look delicious and your "Meal in the Mail" is such a lovely ministry! I feel honoured to be on your blogroll. Thank you so much.

Mrs. J. said...

Being somewhat homebound, I have been bless with a daughter who plays the keyboard. So we have praise and worship at home as often as health allows. This is the day the Lord has made I will rejoice and be glad in it.

God even send the worshipers out to do battle for one king in the OT, praise matters. I once heard that the Jewish word for throat is the same as that for the trumpet (Shofar) of God, so the enemy of our soul cannot tell teh difference between our praise and God's voice.

Not sure if that is true but I liked the sound of it.

Lisa in Texas = ) said...

You live in such a beautiful place! Thanks so much for sharing the beautiful scenery with us!
Lisa :O)

Miss J. said...

There is something special about praising God through music and art. Great photo!

Lauren Davenport said...

Mrs. J, You are so blessed to have a home full of love and joyful worship!

Lisa, Dunnottar Castle is 12 miles away from our home. Every time we go there, I'm filled with awe at God's creation!

Miss J, Thanks again for doing a post on your blog about this site. I'm blessed to have you (and your Mum) as my new blogger friends :)

Felisol said...

The scenery and the bagpipe playing young man so well emphasis the words from the psalms.
I ditto the others, there's nothing like playing and singing for the Lord that make me feel close to heaven.

momto8blog said...

love all of your travels! and the verses compliment the pictures..
i am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.

Lauren Davenport said...

Momto8, Thank you for the comments! I'm following you too. I look forward to reading about your family adventures :)