Friday, 7 December 2012

Psalm 68:32


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10 comments:

John Gillespie said...

Nice castle and fitting scripture.

Felisol - Elise Ljung said...

The mighty brick walls from the medieval ages are great symbols of earthly power.
Yet, we know that our Lord is the one giving and removing power, the one to whom every soul must submit.
"Who is you, who think you can give God anything. What do you have that you have not gotten from him." Job.
I especially love the fonts you have used today. They resemble medieval calligraphy and the small and great fonts combines look like a music sheet, I can hear the it playing,

Mari said...

Another beautiful picture! One day every kingdom will bow to the one true God!

Priceless Gifts said...

I love this!

Jedidja said...

Briljant!

thekingsharbour said...

Another lovely picture, have a lovely weekend! x

susan@avintagefarmwife said...

What a fitting picture for this verse! I like to think that even though the media and popular opinion may show otherwise, there are already people in every kingdom on earth singing praises to our God. I love that I now have a friend in Scotland who I will one day meet in heaven! Have a blessed day, sister!

Denise said...

Yes, everyone sing praise to Him.

Stephanie said...

All of your verses and pictures are favorites of mine, but I think this one is my number one favorite - I love everything about it! The picture and verse are just perfect! Thank you so much for being such an encouragement and sharing your lovely talent. Blessings to you, my friend!

Hugs,
Stephanie

Lisa in Texas = ) said...

I look forward to coming to your blog to see your awesome photos and to see the verses you pick out to go with them.
Such blessing! Lisa :O)