Wednesday, April 8, 2015

WAW177 ~ Psalm 126:3 ~

It's time for another fabulous, fun and inspirational challenge
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I love it when we visit the book of Psalms.  This week we have a passage from the 126th chapter to share...

Sometimes in the midst of life's everyday struggles, it is easy to lose sight of just what our Lord and Savior has done for us.  I am more guilty than most.  When times are tough and physical ailments challenge me, it is easy to lose sight of the promise.  I read a passage in a book this weekend that brought this home to me.  A character was talking about why people suffer physical ailments, particularly those that end in death.  Another character offered this thought...  God isn't glorified through the simple things...  He is glorified when those suffering praise him at the point when others would give up.  

I guess my take away is this....  it's easy to praise the Lord when things are going perfectly and it is much harder to praise Him when things are not.  But it is those times, when our praises pack the most punch...  for our Father and those who witness our walk.  



Paper - Georgia Pacific, Authentique Latest & Greatest, Bazzill 
Scripture - Digital - Word Art Wednesday
Die - Spellbinders Sunflower 
Misc. - Flourish - Recollections 


Esther Asbury said...

Your cards are always so pretty! I love the black and white color combo with the pop of yellow! Lovely card!

Cards By Jan said...

Hi Lori...Wow on the card...Your sun-flower is to die for...So Gorgeous, love the touch of pearls, and awesome on the verse!!

JD/ Jill said...

I agree with what Jan said in a comment above mine. This is a "WOW" card... I always like the contrast of yellow and black. So stunning!

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