Good morning, Dawn. What a gorgeous photo!!! And humbling verses. May my actions toward others reflect God's mercy toward me. Have a great weekend!
That picture is just beautiful, so often I wonder when I look at the beauty of wildlife how someone could say 'there is no God'. Who else could paint a multitude of colors and make a bird?
May you find moments of peace and rest in the midst of your busy week ahead. Blessings to you.
Dawn, I've often thought of that statement and the fear that made them say it. Good from evil, God used that totally dysfunctional family to cause His good works to come to fruition.
What a clever depiction of Joseph's coat of many colors! Love it! Such an incredible verse about the true and overwhelming power of forgiveness, and an image that will be etched in my mind for a long time. Beautiful!
Those brothers got a surprise! I pray that God gives me the grace to show that kind of mercy. Thank you for sharing this Dawn. :)
This just made me smile! Such bright happy colors. Such an image of Joseph's coat. And can you imagine how his forgiveness wrapped the brothers bright?
Ahh - our true colors. God always knows, doesn't He? Thought provoking and beautiful photo/verse combination.
I agree with that..On how can people not believe in God..when seeing this picture or other things He created for us! Thanks for sharing this Dawn.
Lovely... I love colorfulness most of the time in every portion of life. The parrots always make me "ooo" and "aww" when I'm at the zoo. HAVE seen them in Costa Rica NOT in a zoo, but not a frequent occurrence. Joseph's colorful coat got his bros mad b/c he was being treated in a special way ... wonder how many gray, brown or blah-colored birds would be mad at this one. ;)
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