Allow me to reflect on a specific Psalm today.
Psalm 139 has been a favourite for a long time and the more I read it the more I am in awe of just how big my God is.
I have been longing for spring and as I opened the Bible to this Psalm,my attention was drawn to verse 2: You know when I sit down and when I rise up;you discern my thoughts from afar.
God knows that I am waiting for spring and at just the right moment He will send the warmer weather,but until then I want to be content with where I am and what I have.
The other day as I was photographing the roses outside,I tried a picture with just the leaves.I kind of like how that turned out.
Verses 17 & 18 of Psalm 139 say:
How precious to me are your thoughts,O God! How vast the sum of them.
If I could count them,they are more than the sand.
To use those verses with this picture I would say that God's thoughts are more than the snowflakes that cover the ground.
WOW! That is awesome.
The wind whips the snow into drifts,as seen in the above picture,but in the next shot you can see that the snow becomes dirty very quickly when a little dirt is added.
The next two pictures have nothing to do with the verses I will share,but I love the pictures and these verses are ones I bring to mind often.
I praise you,for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
Wonderful are your works;my soul knows it well.
Psalm 139:23 & 24,
Search me,O God,and know my heart!
Try me and know my thoughts!
And see if there be any grievous way in me,and lead in the way everlasting.
For anyone who would like to read the rest of this precious Psalm,here is the link;