"And he is not served by human hands, as if he needed anything.
Rather, he himself gives everyone life and breath and everything else."
~ Acts 17:25
Nice picture. Probably your best one. And what a good reminder to say, "if The Lord wills, I will do this or that tomorrow!" Every day is a day to live unto The Lord.
Where was that taken? It's pretty!
Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. This scripture picture is also a favourite of mine.Photo is of Loch Long in Arrochar, Scotland.
Very pretty shot and another perfect scripture for it.
Great picture, Lauren. I have had this thought on my mind this week.
Your pictures and scriptures always give me a lot to think about.This has been such a special Advent time in every aspect of my life.God gives and God takes and the Lord's timing is perfect.The older I get, the more I appreciate the possibility of living one day at a time.The picture is a place I can "walk into" and study while contemplating over this to me not so familiar scripture.
Felisol, I am very blessed by the outworking of your faith that you do not grieve as others do who have no hope. For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, we can be sure that God will bring us safely home to be with Him. May God bless you.
An apt reminder to make the best use of our time here on earth... As Tolkien once said : All we have to do is decide what to do with the time we have been given...May God grant us the wisdom to know how best to serve Him.
Brenda, My husband and I stayed at that hotel recently. The views out their front windows are breathtaking!
Wow, I am speechless with this amazing picture! I would love to have this picture framed and hanging in my house - it's stunning! And such a great verse...thank you, friend!Hugs,Stephanie
Stephanie, I would be happy to email you a high quality copy of this picture or you could used a saved copy from the blog if you decide to have it printed.. And thanks for the compliment :)
Hi Lauren,I have just included the scripture 'You know not what tomorrow brings in a comment on a blog about the Mayan calender, and some years ago my husband and myself stayed at loch Long hotel in Arochar. Lovely how things connect, scripture and memories.God bless. Sorry Lauren, just edited this comment I made earlier. (my husband and myself, not 'my husband.')
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