Sunday, February 21, 2021

GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS!

Well, friends,most of the beauty I am seeing these days is frost covered trees, so join me as we drive along and enjoy the beauty.

I've got the music going and today the song that is played is an old hymn, Great Is Thy Faithfulness. If you know the song you are welcome to sing along and if not, please enjoy the words.


Great Is Thy Faithfulness

GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS! GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS!

MORNING BY MORNING NEW MERCIES I SEE;         

ALL I HAVE NEEDED THY HAND HATH PROVIDED  

GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS, LORD UNTO ME. 

 


GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS, O GOD MY FATHER  

THERE IS NO SHADOW OF TURNING WITH THEE. 

THOU CHANGEST NOT, THY COMPASSIONS, THEY FAIL NOT

AS THOU HAST BEEN THOU FOREVER WILT BE. 

   



SUMMER AND WINTER AND SPRING-TIME AND HARVEST, 

SUN, MOON AND STARS IN THEIR COURSES ABOVE 

JOIN WITH ALL NATURE IN MANIFOLD WITNESS 

TO THY GREAT FAITHFULNESS, MERCY AND LOVE.

 


GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS! GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS!    

MORNING BY MORNING NEW MERCIES I SEE; 

ALL I HAVE NEEDED THY HAND HATH PROVIDED

GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS, LORD UNTO ME 



GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS! GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS!    

MORNING BY MORNING NEW MERCIES I SEE; 

ALL I HAVE NEEDED THY HAND HAS PROVIDED 

GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS! GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS! 



GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS!  LORD UNTO ME

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful drive! One of my favorite hymns! Great is HIS faithfulness! Now, can hardly wait for the GREEN!

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  2. Stunning! The next to last is my very favorite!

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  3. as I read the words I could hear the song singing in my head, the tune with the words. beautiful photos and beautiful words. we used to sing this in church a lot

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  4. Thanks for sharing that beautiful old hymn and your gorgeous pictures.

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  5. Amen! So beautiful, Ruth. You have the eye of an artist.

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  6. What a perfect song for the gorgeous views.
    Yes and amen to His Faithfulness every single day.
    Sue

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  7. We would sing that in church. Love your photos. We had a horrible damaging ice storm and I never want to go through that again!

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  8. What beautiful photos and to enjoy your drive listening to and singing that marvelous old hymn. Your heart must have been ready to burst with the joy of it all!

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  9. Wow all photos are such beauties and I did sing along!!

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  10. Winter has a beauty all its own! I enjoyed "listening" to the hymn as I looked at your photos, Ruth.

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  11. Lovely photos there Ruth- looking very cold too. Six days of Summer left here- then it is into Autumn. Very cold to-day and I'm dressed as if it were Winter. Best Wishes. KEV. (Sydney-Australia).

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  12. I so love the shot second from the bottom! And that is a beautiful hymn.

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  13. brrrr...cold never looked so beautiful!! awesome snaps ruth!!

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  14. Beautiful photos and such a wonderful hymn. I've begun singing while driving lately as I find the radio content so banal and often depressing. Gorgeous winter images!

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  15. Great is Thy Faithfulness is a favorite hymn of mine. LOVE the words and your photos are PERFECT.... Winter in your area is always so gorgeous....

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  16. Wow, those frosty trees sure are gorgeous!! Cold, but gorgeous all the same. And yes, that is one of my most favorite hymns of all! Great is Thy Faithfulness, Lord unto me!! No matter what the season or times...He is faithful. We are so blessed to be His children and to know we can rely on Him no matter what life throws at us.

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  17. The Lord put this on my heart to sing when I rose early this morning. I haven't stopped by here before now....thank you!!!!

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Ruth