Psalm 5:11 and a Male Northern Cardinal in Magnolia Blossoms, Bellevue.
“But let all who take refuge in You be glad, let them ever sing for joy; and may You shelter them, that those who love Your name may exult in You.” Psalm 5:11
We all need to sing more! Let our song bring joy to our soul. We all need a little more joy.
This time year the birds sing songs that bring joy to my soul. The male cardinal sings such a beautiful song to match his beautiful color. God didn’t have to make his song pleasing to our ears, but He did. He is a good God. If His creation sings which such beauty and grace, how much more beautiful is God? May we join creation and sing a beautiful song to Him!
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Psalm 147:8-9a and Grazing Elk, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
“God covers the heavens with clouds, Who provides rain for the earth, Who makes grass to grow on the mountains. He gives to the beast its food” Psalm 147:8b-9
As a wildlife photographer I enjoy sitting in an open meadow watching the peaceful scene of animals grazing. The scripture teaches that God uses the rain and grass to loving provide for the animals He has created. He provides and cares for them and He does so for us all the more. Glory and praise to Him!
Psalm 147 praises God for His goodness and power. Read all of Psalm 147 here.
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Psalm 31:2b-3 and Park Avenue, Arches National Park, Utah.
“Be to me a rock of strength, a stronghold to save me. For You are my rock and my fortress; For Your name’s sake You will lead me and guide me.” Psalm 31:2b-3
God, Our Rock of Strength
As an outdoor photographer I admire the power and strength I see in the great rocks of the desert and mountainous areas. God is our rock of strength and guide in life. We can trust in Him even when we think all hope is gone. The great thing about our God is that He works things out even when we don’t think He will.
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