The lines have fallen to me in pleasant places; Indeed, my heritage is beautiful to me. Psalm 16:6


Monday, February 15, 2010

Multitude Monday

holy experience


I will give thanks to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
Wonderful are Your works,
And my soul knows it very well.
My frame was not hidden from You,
When I was made in secret,
And skillfully wrought in the depths of the earth;
Your eyes have seen my unformed substance;
And in Your book were all written
The days that were ordained for me,
When as yet there was not one of them.

Psalm 139:14-16


A hard week made sweeter by the graces of God...

(97) P B & J's for the masses.


(98) Sticky, post-lollipop fingers.

(99) Sweater that has been worn by all the Hoyers.


(100) Apple blossoms on my tree! Ahhh, the smell! It's sweet summer days from childhood all wrapped up in a smell.


(101) Twelve year old eager for a sleepover with 6 and 3 year old brothers.

(102) New flowers in my garden.


(103) An intensely blue sky.



(104) Lettuce in my garden! (OK, I know this has been on my list before. But I have to add it again because I haven't managed to kill it yet!)



(105) Airplane rides.


(106) The Whirley Pop.

(107) Craft projects that are completely free - used items I already owned. For a tutorial go here. (HT to Daily Portion)


(108) "Look, Mom. My face is happy!"

(109) Lettuce in the shape of a rose.



(110) A large basket of sweetness from a sweet neighbor. (Our 93 year old neighbor, Mary, had her daughter drop this by for the children. She is in hospice dying. And she thought of my kids! What a beautiful woman. Pray that her passing would be comfortable and she would enter heaven. She will be very much missed.)


(111) These lovely words:

Let my days be wholly given
Jesus’ blood to glorify,
Calm to rest beneath his shadow,
At his feet to live and die,
Love the cross, and bear it daily,
(’Tis the cross my Husband bore,)
Gaze with joy upon his Person,
And unceasingly adore.
~Anne Griffiths
(HT: Kim)

(112) John MacArthur back in the pulpit with his powerful preaching.

(113) Marianne's spelt cornbread. Serious goodness.

(114) The amazing sovereignty of God displayed through adoption.

2 comments:

Stephani said...

Lovely post Nancy. I liked everything about it!

Not too shabby said...

I'm starting my list today and clicked on just one link from Ann's sight and it was yours :) Beautiful, ordained words. Thank you! I look forward to what the Lord will do in my life through giving thanks!
From Shannon, a VERY new blogger! God Bless!