Friday, March 25, 2011

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:

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 Linky below. Have fun exploring the other links as well!
Please sign in only if you're participating. Hopefully this will make us look at things through fresh eyes throughout the week.

Spring makes everything seem so fresh and pure again.
A new start for each flower and blade of grass.
And I pray that God continues to refresh and renew my heart, making it pure and loyal.

Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me. Do not cast me from your presence or take your Holy Spirit from me. Psalm 51:10-11


Vicki said...

Beautiful photograph, Beki! We have been enjoying spring weather too and I love it!!! ♥

Sarah said...

Ahhh daffodils. Love them. They are the first flower that pops up in my yard every spring. Happy Friday!

Elizabeth @ My Life, Such as it is... said...

How lovely! Happy Fingerprint Friday! I love how flowers and spring are reminders of the Resurrection and Easter.

artsyclay said...

Beautiful flowers and a beautiful prayer!

Bethe77 said...

I just love coming here and linking up. I love all of your photos everyday. It could be Gods fingerprints.
My link came up as my post Fingerprint Friday darn.

Cheryl said...

I just received my BLESSED necklace in the mail. :) love it!!

merlin said...

Spring is the season of hope fulfilled. Faithfully in the fall bulbs are planted and now is the season of reward. Love spring,the sights, sounds, scents and the feel: It's all good.
(unless you have allergies, I know a lot of folks find this is the suffering season)

Kristin Bridgman said...

I am so sorry...I didn't see where it asked for my pictures. I messed up! :(
If it takes you to my site, the birth of the tulip flower is on there.
I'm not the most technical person out there, hopefully blogging will teach me a thing or two:)