Our quiet life in the northwoods of Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula
Beautiful wreath and graphic!
Thank you, Joanne. This gold wreath is very special to me, as it was made for me by a very special woman who is now in heaven. It was originally lit with multi-colored lights. When those failed several years ago, I changed them out for white lights. I added the poinsettia clips this year.
So many pictures are making me think of songs this morning. "I know that my redeemer lives." Amen! Your wreath is lovely lit from the inside.
Thank you, Jennifer. I've been listening to Handel's Messiah, so this verse is at the forefront of my mind often at this time of year!
Your verse today just made me want to sing out loud. I needed a good boost of spirits and I am so very glad Jesus is alive and well and will hold my hand one day (what an amazing thought)!
Go ahead and sing out loud, Jamie! Maybe I'll be able to hear you up here in Michigan's U.P. Isn't this verse wonderful? Job was suffering through so many terrible life events, and he suddenly comes up with these great words to stop the mouths of those around him. He declares that he KNOWS - not just believes - that his Redeemer is alive and there is coming a day when his troubles will be over - a bright and glorious day when the Lord will reign forever!
What a beautiful wreath! I love the lights.
Thanks so much!
Hallelujah for the truth of that verse!
There's another good word that Handel used in his Messiah!
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