Friday, March 30, 2012

Be Still


    In a new lifestyle, in a new work ministry.   Feeling our way along through major changes, learning that God leads every step of the way.  He provides grace for each day.  It's one thing to "know" it, another blessed experience to live it!  He is faithful.  I rest in my Beloved.
    Following Him in faith.  
     
    Carol
     

13 comments:

Debbie said...

I've been in that place for months and months now. I loved how you said it's one thing to know it and another to live it. But I loved even more how you called it "blessed" to live it.

Be still.
That's me. Being still next to you.

Vee said...

I hear what you're saying and I'm trying hard not to read between the lines. Hope that all is well and that all will be well.

Maple Lane said...

Blessings to you all, dear friend.

Marcia said...

Sigh...so needed this.
Thank you.

joy said...

LOved your pictures. How magnificent are God's creation. We can see them in flowers and everywhere. And how beautiful is His words too:) Thanks for visiting my blog.

joy said...

By the way, I am now one of your followers:)

A Joyful Noise said...

Sometimes when we follow Jesus we feel like we are blind folded, but we must trust Him as he leads us.

Lynn said...

Hello there....
This is my first time posting on SS in awhile but I believe I have visited you before. Trusting the Lord when our human eyes try to deceive us takes lots of prayer and for me "communication" with Him. Luckily for me, I hear Him in soap bubbles while doing my dishes, in sunset, flowers, and as I told someone this morning, in my bathroom because that is where I do a lot of devotional reading. Have always loved reading there since the days long ago when my children were small. Just this morning HE showed us again he hears us, totally hears us. I have been wanting a deep corning ware casserole dish with cover but did not want to spend the money for one or a set at Walmart. Our community had a flea market and both hubby and I felt "led" to walk around. The second table I saw, there was the exact casserole I longed for and hubby got it for $3, perfect price for our retirment budget. How Great Thou Art. Blessings on new journeys you appear to be making in several areas. Keep trusting....

Jacqueline said...

We all need that don't we?! I took a peek at your garden plot too. Good luck. I love to have a garden and watch everything grow. Have a wonderful Sunday.

Charlotte said...

Beautiful pictures and scriptures. Amen. He is faithful. Thank you for sharing.
Blessings,
Charlotte

From The Heart said...

I love this scripture..and the pictures!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Oh this is so hard to do sometimes. But the Lord keeps teaching me. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful post.

Jocelyn @
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

Like sunshine in the home said...

Ah, to truly enter into that Sabbath rest. Beautiful.