ave you comprehended the vast expanses of the earth?
Tell me, if you know all this. Job 38:18

Love and faithfulness meet together;
righteousness and peace kiss each other.
Faithfulness springs forth from the earth,
and righteousness looks down from heaven.
The LORD will indeed give what is good,
and our land will yield its harvest.
Righteousness goes before him
and prepares the way for his steps. Psalm 85:10-13

Don't feel guilty today when you look out a window or walk out your front or back door, look toward the horizon and behold the rendezvous of sky and earth--after all, it is not done in secret--the sweet kiss there for all to see locks the fullness of God into an eternal embrace with all of man.  Oh, that we would fall in love with Him again today.

Hope your week is filled with the vast expanses of His unsearchable love.

pictures my DIL, Traci, took in Maine recently--


Beautiful...and I have been in Job recently and so this visually brings all those scriptures to mind.
What a truly awesome God.
Adoption Mama said…
He is an amazing God. I hold on to Him each day as my only source of strength.
Anita Johnson said…
I love the words in the blue box. Years ago I had a friend that told me I had too much time on my hands because I had watched a hummingbird for an hour in my yard. I saw my Creator that day. Any other activity would have paled in comparison.
Debbie said…
Dianne, did you write that in the blue box? That's just beautiful! (I think the part God wrote is mighty beautiful, too, of course). Your photography is fantastic. Really, it is a rendezvous, isn't it?
Dianne said…
Thanks for your sweet comments, dear friends and yes, I did write the words in the blue box. Or maybe I should NOT take credit for them as my DIL told me one time after reading a poem I said I wrote--she bluntly told me that there was NO way I could take credit for that--ha!!

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