Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Walking on promises # 22

Ephesians 1:23 "the fulness of him that filleth all in all."
The promise is for me ," the fulness of him that filleth all in all."


Amrita said...

Yes Jesus is the scource and fountain o f life,the photo reminds me o f that.

In Him dwells the fulness of God.

In an age when people are creating their own gods, its importent to remember this.

Colleen said...

Ah such a beautiful has always been a favorite of mine. I remember when I read it for the first time (well noticed it for the first time when I was around 19:) and I just had to read it over and over again because I thought what incredible and amazing words!
So hard to comprehend, yet so inspiring and hopeful!

Terry said...

yes felisol. the lord is indeed our head and he is everywhere with us.he is the filled who filleth everything!
some of the people that are going through such sad times must really hang on to this lovely verse.
it is indeed so true but why when we are in dire straits, do we, i mean do i forget it?!

felisol, i hope that all is going well for terry

Felisol said...

Dearestest Terry,
I'm trying very hard not to forget that the Lord is He who' filling all my needs.
These walking on promises are actually stepping stones for me, when I am in dire straits.
I need them to move on.
Therefore I hope, sharing may bring blessing and support to some other pilgrims as well.

Amrita said...

Dear Felisol, I found a stunning video on Norway and did a post with it on my blog.

Jada's Gigi said...

Amen! He surely is the ALL and is in all including me..and you. :)

Crown of Beauty said...

This is such a lovely picture, and so appropriate one for the verse that you quoted.

As I read this it is ten p.m. of Saturday, and I am just about to sleep. So thank you dear friend for a fitting ending to my busy day.

Hope all continues to be well with you and your family.


David C Brown said...

It is His Church, His Assembly, that is "the fulness of Him ..." I think that means that it displays Him; we can have part in that.

Terry said...

oh is almost seven o'clock here...and i will get the thirty minutes done, in a few minutes. i guess that we are six hours apart and so i will make it six o'clock tomorrow felisol..thanks so terry

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Felisol:)

I am coming from Amrita's blog.

Very inspiring quote from Ephesians.

God has made us in HIS own image and filled us with a soul which is will never die even after our body dies and decays.We are here only for a temporary stay and after this short exile we will soon reach God's paradise.

Very thought provoking quote and a lovely meaningful photo.

Best wishes:)