Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Reminders everywhere ~ if we only look UP

Sometimes I’m too busy to look UP… how about you?

An early morning view over our barn.Cross1

Psalm 121 2-8
A song of ascents (NIV)

2 My help comes from the LORD,
       the Maker of heaven and earth.

3 He will not let your foot slip—
       he who watches over you will not slumber;

4 indeed, he who watches over Israel
       will neither slumber nor sleep.

5 The LORD watches over you—
       the LORD is your shade at your right hand;

6 the sun will not harm you by day,
       nor the moon by night.

7 The LORD will keep you from all harm—
       he will watch over your life;

8 the LORD will watch over your coming and going
       both now and forevermore.

So glad I looked UP this morning! Have a wonderful & blessed Wednesday!



Lisa ~Suburban Retreat~ said...

In this busy world we live in ~ we do need to remember to stop and count our blessings from time to time! Have a lovely day.

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

What an inspiring sky you witnessed. Thanks for the reminder to look upward.

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Down On The Farm said...

What a lovely reminder, yes we need to look up, and remember all the wonderful things He has done for us. Have a fantastic day :0!

Prim Rose Hill ©2008-2020 said...

Sorry I haven't been around lately! thank you for this reminder that in this busy world, we need to stop and pause and say thank you each day. Hope you are doing well! and Ruby and Gracie! ;)


Unknown said...

Oh Tammy, I'm glad you looked up too. What a lovely reminder of His faithfulness.


Rachel said...

Oh how I love this post!

Jenny said...

Lovely post. I have a tendency to look up when I'm feeling down. I go outside and tip my head back and take in the heavens and somehow I feel better!

Cheryl said...

I'm not having a very good day, thanks for the gentle reminder!

Kent Island Red said...

That's really cool - and it happens to be one of my favorite Psalms, too. Thanks.

Osage Bluff Quilter said...

Apparently you and your blacksmith get up earlier then me and my blacksmith. But then on the other hand it's been pretty foggy around here.
Beautiful picture! Hope you guys are well.

Verde Farm said...

Great post :)

Anonymous said...

Lovely, Tammy. I look up as often as I can!

Rural Rambler said...

Good Morning Tammy! Beautiful picture. I am pretty good about looking up :) My head just about swivels off my neck when I am outside. I am so busy checking out all the wonderful things that God has given us. I love nature.

mountain mama said...

just found your awesome blog from thoughts and whatnots!

awesome! i love it! God is so good!!

McVal said...

How cool is THAT?!

Mary, Windy Meadows Farm said... if it says, "X marks the spot."

Elle Bee said...

Oh I LOVE IT!!! What an awesome post and a beautiful psalm. He is definitely watching over you. :o)

Ellen said...

What a perfect psalm and picture, and together as a reminder - thank you!

Laurie at Turner Farm said...

Tammy, you are such a beautiful soul! Love that photo and OH the timing of this post! Always Look up! ~Blessings~

Janean said...

beautiful psalm. beautiful skies this time of year. yay!

Carol............. said...

You're right we do often forget to look!

I really enjoyed the reminder. Thanks.

Lois Christensen said...

One of my favorite scriptures! What a beautiful picture of your farm. It must be beautiful this time of year there! Enjoy your weekend!

~from my front porch in the mountains~ said...

Wonderful! Thank you :)
xo, misha

Kim said...

Hi Tammy,
I'm glad that you found my blog and it led me to yours. I have been poking around your site and am loving your photography. I look forward to more.

Catherine said...

Beautiful picture and psalm Tammy.Catherine

Sue said...

Tammy, I am almost speechless, what a great gift to you from God. This is one of my most favorite Psalms, thanks for sharing. One of many blessings of living in the country is the vastness of the heavens.

Anonymous said...

We have had lots of contrails in the sky this month too. Ours seem to be most visible in late afternoon and early evening.. Aren't they pretty?


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