Tuesday, October 04, 2011


The more troubled life is, the more important and valuable are the Lord's promises.

JOB 35:14
14 Yea, when thou sayest thou canst not see Him--the cause is before Him; therefore wait thou for Him.
(Hebrew on English translation)

This picture was shot two weeks ago outside Oslo by my dear cousin Arne. He has generously let me use his morning glow art in my blog.

P.S. I've have written seven blog posts on Sisterhood Of The Traveling Scarf from September 9th till September 14th . Here's the address if you care to look them up.


Anonymous said...

Dear Felisol, what a beautiful and inspiring photo. Yes-His promises...where would we be without them?

Saija said...

what a lovely picture ... and appropriate verse ...

and i'm so glad you had time to share on the scarf sister site ...

blessings on you, felisol!!!! and the family too ...

Debbie Petras said...

I am counting on God's promises! I love the photo Arne took. So beautiful and peaceful.

Thank you for your kind comments on Heart Choices Felisol. Life is not easy but God is so good. He provides me with divine appointments daily when I submit to His leading. I can't tell you how many times I've been able to give Him the glory for my attitude in the midst of trying times.


Crown of Beauty said...

This is such a lovely photograph - beyond words.

I am with you in this season of your life. Dear Felisol, you have been a faithful blog friend to me. How I often think of you and wish I could meet you face to face.

Someday, here on earth, I believe it will come to pass.

And then, together forever in eternity.

What joy that will be... when God wipes every tear from our eyes.

Much love to you dear friend,

Terry said...

dear felisol..what a blessing to wake up three thirty in the morning and see that you have posted yet another promise verse here....good news from a far country indeed!
my heart is always made happy when i see that you have posted one.
dad golden seems in good spirits the last two days...on monday i told him that you and gramma and grampa yade were praying for him..changing his name to what it should be has been a real challenge but it gave us the opportunity to tell him that for getting his name written in the book of life by god would just happen in an instant, the moment that a person believes!
maybe this week or next felisol, his name will be in both places; a new birth certificate and a new name in that great book of life!
i was going through pilgrim pals blog felisol and came upon a post that grandpaw ron had sent us and i put it on facebook and i am going to put it over at my blog..it is such a wonderful post, and i have been thinking about out friend so much as he is in a nursing home hospital taking therapy for a bad fall that he had this summer..
i am sure that he would appreciate this promise post of yours dear felisol....love terry

Mrs. Mac said...

The photo reminds me of liquid silver! Very beautiful! The season of Job is difficult to walk. Keeping eyes focused ahead and on Jesus allows us to walk toward Him without fear .. however painful. Hugs .. miss you much!

Jim said...

Hi Felisol ~~ What a pretty picture. We liked Oslo when we visited.

"... they who wait for the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint. Isaiah 40:31

Leora said...

I hope you will continue to find the beauty, the hope, the love of life.

I can see why my niece loves your country - such beauty in the scenery.

Jim said...

Thanks for peeking in on me. You don't have to post this one.

Our Houston Oilers moved to Memphis, Tennessee, and changed their name to the Tennessee Titans.
Bum Phillips had retired by then and they had a new coach.

Now Houston has a new team, the Houston Texans. Such is American 'Football' over here.

BTW, our Houston baseball team, the Houston Astros are for sale and a sale is pending. Now they are haggling over the price because the baseball powers want us to change over from the National League to the American League.

Yes, I do pray for you and your family. I don't hear too much and really one can't post a lot of health issues on the blog. I did appreciate knowing how serious you were though. Thank you.

Amrita said...

I am also standing on the promises of god. He keeps them always.

steveroni said...

Dear Felisol.
Forgive me, not surfing here more frequently. Whenever I see your remarks around the blogosphere, I utter a short, "Please Lord, watch over your sister, Fel, with loving kindness!

All good wishes today are for YOU!
Steve E

Becky said...

good morning!!

Terry said...

missing you dear friend and still praying for mom ljung...love terry

myletterstoemily said...

what an incredibly lovely lavender
sunset! astonishing, really. arne
must be quite a gifted photographer.

Roan said...

The photo is amazing. Perfect with the verse.