Sunday, December 12, 2010

Sunday Creative and Luke 2:28

This week's prompt for Sunday Creative over at Maegan's blog is, THAW. 
Definition…verb; 1. To melt or cause to melt 2.To become so warm as to melt ice or snow 3. To abandon aloofness or hostility.


Well... we don't have winter here but this picture sure does looks like icicles hanging from a roof or door way. This was actually from inside our freezer. I added a bokeh texture.


Here's my submission for the Scripture and A Snapshot over at Katie Lloyd's blog. I have really been struggling this week regarding trusting God to provide for us. Here's what I wrote about it: "O, You of Little Faith." God really spoke to my heart as I was editing this photo a few days ago.


Well, friends! I hope you've been encourage by God's Word to keep you trusting in our Jehovah for yet another busy week for most of us.

14 comments:

Ashley Sisk said...

I love both of these Darlene - you have such a way with photography.

leavesnbloom said...

Darlene these are great and 10 out of 10 for the creativity in your thaw post. I have my thaw post ready to publish on Monday.

I love how you edited your seedhead picture - that verse gives us such great assurance.

Mom of M&Ms said...

You are letting GOd use you to speak to my heart!!!! Love both photographs... and the message that they speak!

Liz said...

these are fabulous.

Donnie said...

That is such a lovely verse and photo. The one from inside your freezer was "cool" too. Have a blessed Sunday.

Kristy said...

Love your Bokeh!

Courtney from The Story of Us said...

These are great! :) Great use of texture on your "thaw" shot.

Katie said...

I am so glad you felt God's love while working on this and I hope you continue to throughout the week!

And these are both beautiful images!

Natalie said...

Both of these are lovely!

A Homemaker's Heart said...

Lovely photography! The scripture is just perfect for the shot.
~Tamara
PS...I have a Sabbath Giveaway on my blog!

Kayce said...

Beautiful!

Kay K said...

Simply beautiful !!!

Michelle said...

I love your 2nd one - it's such a great reminder. Sometimes we get so caught up worrying about things that we forget that God is big enough and will take care of us!

Maegan Beishline said...

Well seen! Great interpretation!

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