I Will Sing

 Sing, O Daughter of Zion; shout, O Israel! Rejoice, be in high spirits and glory with all  
your heart, O Daughter of Jerusalem.
Zephaniah 3:14

My heart has been very heavy lately because of some situations beyond my control. 
But today when I read some scripture from Zephaniah 3 on my friend's blog (Susy at 
The Feathered Nest), 
It was just what my heart needed. 

So I will put a flower in my hair and sing of His great love for me and mine. 
 I will choose to be in high spirits and glory with all my heart for 
He is faithful to His own.
He cares for you my friend.

Enjoy that love today.

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Adorned From Above

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elizabeth said…
What ever is going on friend, I'm lifting you up in prayer. I felt the difference when you did so for me. I love and appreciate you so much.
Debbie said…
I've been where you are more often than I care to count, and I've been there lately, too. I know exactly what you mean by choosing to sing to the LORD.
Linda@Creekside said…
a gorgeously haunting portrait ... lovely, lovely.
Sandy said…
Yes, even today in the early hours before dawn I was on my bed aware of the heaviness in my heart due to family circumstances, yet He put a song in my weary heart and I was feeling lighter and encouraged before my feet touched the floor to start the day. Just now before I read this I was singing in my kitchen as I prepared our dinner. "I could sing of Your love forever...I could sing of Your love forever...
Know that I am praying for you and yours...always.
Love you~
peggy apl said…
how wonderful when God's word can console and lift our hearts! what a beautiful painting!
wordglow said…
He is riding on your praises today and singing songs of victory over you!

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leading me back to yours! Love your art...it's so fun to find fellow artists and writers like you. :) ~ Pam, apples of gold, http://wordglow.wordpress.com

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