Our quiet life in the northwoods of Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula
I like the title of your post 'Sunday Reflections'. I've always felt there is something quiet about Sundays; even when there is noise. Other times, Sunday has meant a feeling of nostalgia or homesickness (but I never know why that feeling exactly). Sunday Reflections is a great way to end or begin the week. Reflecting on what his word has taught, what life has taught, and after the past Easter Sunday, reflections of what that truly means. Yep, I like your title.:)Peabea@Peabea Scribbles
Such a thoughtful comment! When I first chose that title for my Sunday photos, I wanted the posts to invoke "thoughtful consideration" - but I also wanted to use the Sunday photo + Scripture to reflect the love and light of our Lord back to others.
I know that I do not spend enough time adoring or magnifying Jesus. I talk to Him. I talk about Him. But I don't flat out let myself adore Him. Thank you for this reminder.
Isn't that the truth, Jamie? I appreciate that you always seem to really think about & absorb these Sunday Scripture posts.
Such a beautiful photo and the words of that hymn are perfect!
Love those words, too!
Amen! A beautiful Scripture to think on at the close of this Lord's Day.Thanks for sharing!
You're welcome, Karen!
So beautiful - the photo and the words!
Thanks so much, Kym!
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