Thursday, November 19, 2009

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
You're 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 MckLinky below. Have fun exploring the other links as well!
Please only sign in if you're participating. Hopefully this will make us look at things through fresh eyes throughout the week!
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It's getting colder. Much colder.
Nearly all the trees are bare now.
Winter is practically here.
And while it's not my favorite season, I know God has made a promise to us.
It won't last forever.
He has a plan and I will rejoice in it.

Joel 2:23
Be glad, O people of Zion,
rejoice in the LORD your God,
for he has given you
the autumn rains in righteousness.
He sends you abundant showers,
both autumn and spring rains, as before.

6 comments:

Elizabeth @ TexasEbeth said...

Wahoo! I'm the 1st to comment. Love the photo. Kiddo keeps asking when fall gets here because the trees haven't changed color or lost many leaves. I've tried explaining it's because we are in the South but he doesn't believe me. I love the reminder that the fall/winter seasons (in our lives or the world around us) do not last forever & God has a plan for us.

artsyclay said...

A gorgeous tree like this one does sweeten the sadness of summer's end. God is good.

Nichole said...

I love this tradition that you have started and love sharing it with you! Thanks for emphasizing the many ways we can see God in our everyday lives. I LOVE the color in that tree!

rentz said...

I'm like you; don't care much for the cold. But I am thankful for changes in seasons. It does make things less monotonous anyway! And makes spring that much more exciting after a cold winter.

Rebekah said...

Gorgeous colors - we just don't get 'em like that around here, boohoo!

littlebird said...

Winter does bring good things too, the chance to wear lovely hats and scarves, any excuse to drink hot chocolate and of course snuggling up when it's cold outside! : )