Yesterday I was given a gift; a timeless opportunity to ride along with my husband, on the job.
The people. The labor.
Over at Holy Experience, Ann is talking about capturing the beauty in life. If my camera lens could capture all of what I saw yesterday, I think it just might burst! Here are some of the glorious sites I was able to “bottle-up” for you:
92 :: the beautiful backdrop of a picture-perfect blue sky;
94 :: a slight, cool breeze waving their friendly greetings.
98 :: a tangible moment of understanding, a glimpse, of your power.
100 :: Towering power;
101 :: the smoke and the work-in progress;
102 :: a symbol of freedom flying high at the top;
104 :: remembering how most of the time, I do not see the end, but how you always take care of me, each step of the way!
105 :: Dirt. Yes dirt.
106 :: choosing to look back and look beyond the matted ground.
107 :: remember, the work that went into harvesting;
108 :: the beauty of some geese folk, congregating together in the cool of the bright blue stillness;
109 :: appreciating the quiet;
110 :: adoring the time spent with my husband, taking in such a glorious day!
112 :: remember the crown upon your brow;
113 :: the splintered wood upon your back;
114 :: thanking you for the perfect sacrifice of your Son!
115 :: a beautiful trio at work;
116 :: yes, a beautiful trio at work in me: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
117 :: The perfect, God-ordained timing to capture the essence of team work;
118 :: being reminded of how I need to be ever seeking to assist the body of Christ;
119 :: How can I strengthen your body, Lord?
Then saith he unto his disciples,
The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few;
Will YOU help the body of Christ today?
Will YOU work among the few, for His glory?
Continuing to Count my blessings, today over at Ann’s Blog.
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