Friday, December 12, 2008

Fingerprint Friday

There is a song by Steven Curtis Chapman that says:
I can see the fingerprints of god
When I look at you
I can see the fingerprints of god
And I know its true
Youre a masterpiece
That all creation quietly applauds
And you're covered with the fingerprints of god

So look around you and see where YOU can see God's fingerprints. Is it in nature? Kids? Animals? Where do you see them? Here's how to join in.

1. Blog with your interpretation of God's fingerprints. Be sure to link back here so others can find the entire list of participants!
2. After you've posted your blog, sign the Mr. Linky below. Have fun exploring the other links as well!
Please only sign in if you're participating and sharing pics. Hopefully this will make us look at things through fresh eyes throughout the week!
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I had the chance last night to listen to children singing Christmas songs and was reminded of how beautiful it is! Their innocence, their beautiful high voices, singing about the birth of Christ - it's enough to move me to tears. If you haven't had the chance yet this year, try to attend a children's Christmas program. It's incredibly moving! You can see God's fingerprints on every single child, and it makes me wonder just what He has in store for them.

(sorry I'm so late with this today, the computer I'm working on got an attitude.)

4 comments:

artsyclay said...

We have wonderful children's Christmas programs (musicals) at our church put on by the children from the Catholic school. You never know what kids are going to say or do, and it's always a lot of fun. There's always at least one 4 or 5 year old who gets stage fright and just stands there staring wide-eyed at the audience, picking their nose and not singing. And always at least 1 kid singing really loud off-key. It makes me have great respect for teachers and their patience.

One great memory was the year they had the Wise Men and this wonderful "camel" in the play. The kids kept trying to figure out which two teachers or priests were under the costume, and didn't know till the end. LOL

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blackfeatherfarm said...

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Rebekah said...

How sweet is that - one of my favorite Christmas songs is the Vienna Boys Choir singing the Carol of the Bells - for the reasons you described.

Pretty berries, too :)