Monday, December 10, 2018

Joy To The World

Come along as we continue our walk through the majestic winter wonderland, created by God.
I get excited when I see this kind of beauty and since it is Christmas time,I will add the words to one of my favourite old Christmas carols.


Joy To The World


Joy to the world
Joy to the world
Joy to the world, the Lord is come
Let earth receive her King
Let every heart prepare Him room
And Heaven and nature sing
And Heaven and nature sing
And Heaven, and Heaven, and nature sin.


Joy to the world
Joy to the world
Joy to the World, the Savior reigns!
Let men their songs employ
While fields and floods, rocks, hills and plains
Repeat the sounding joy
Repeat the sounding joy
Repeat, repeat, the sounding joy



No more let sins and sorrows grow
Nor thorns infest the ground
He comes to make His blessings flow
Far as the curse is found
Far as the curse is found
Far as, far as the curse is found.



He rules the world with truth and grace
And makes the nations prove
The light of His righteousness
And wonders of His love
And wonders of His love
And wonders of His love
And wonders, wonders, of His love


Joy To The World The LORD is Come!

22 comments:

Sandra said...

I always love seeing your frosty photos. so beautiful and nothing I ever see in real life. did you notice in the second photo there is a teeny tiny cross on the top of the limb. perfect with your song verses...

LV said...

So,So beautiful but thankful we do not get this much in Texas.

Gayle said...

Beautiful captures! So much beauty in winter frost and snowfalls.

Dorothy said...

Beautiful frosty/snowy pictures!

Ginny Hartzler said...

"The term ‘hoar’ comes from an old English definition which means ‘signs of old age’ and relates to when the frost forms on surfaces, it looks like white hair." This is what I read when I looked up how hoar Frost is different from other kinds. Apparently it is the feathery appearance. These are simply gorgeous, I always look forward to your frost pictures. You ARE the Frost Queen.

Sandi said...

Beautiful!

Debbie Harris said...

Frosty tree limbs are one of my favorite joys! You have captured some gorgeous shots.

Thank you for sharing your beauty with us.

Merry Christmas sweet lady ♡

happyone said...

Your images are beautiful and that is a great Christmas carol. We sang it yesterday at church. : )

Linda at To Behold The Beauty said...

Kudos to Sandra for noticing that "cross" in the second shot. That makes it extra special. But they're all beautiful.

Betsy Banks Adams said...

So beautiful.... Snow is pretty in Winter --but the hoar frost is AMAZING. I remember seeing it for the first time one year when we were in the Arkansas mountains..... It was AWESOME --just like your photos.... Thanks so much.

Hugs,
Betsy

Lady Fi said...

Gorgeous shots.

Hootin' Anni said...

Absolutely stunning.

Rose L said...

I always love the creativity of a hoarfrost!

George said...

The photos are as beautiful as the words to the song.

Debbie said...

absolutely gorgeous captures!! number one, wow!!

Diane said...

This is a beautiful post, Ruth.

Tanza Erlambang - Every Day Issues said...

photos are beautiful along with words.
have a great day

Rose said...

Oh, this is one of my favorite, favorite songs...who can sing it and not feel better. Or more joyous! And the photos are so beautiful, too.

E. said...

wow, i think if i am going to get to have a winter - a real white Christmas ... i'll need to head to Canada. i know we had some snow this past week, which i have not gone any where ... waiting on the chance of no ice. every since i fell ... i have no desire to fall again. that was no fun. i love the snow covering all the trees. so beautifully painting ... well done, Mr. GOD. so awesome. ( ;

John's Island said...

Hi Ruth, This post in itself is a "Joy to the World." Wonderful! And your December header ... Awesome as usual! An excellent post all the way around. Thank you for sharing! John

photowannabe said...

Oh Ruth, this is one of my favorites too. The photos are gorgeous. That's what Christmas is all about.

Small Kucing said...

Lovely snap oof the snow :)