Friday, May 29, 2009




Crown of Beauty said...

Perfect combination, God's will and God's grace. They always go together!

And lovely, amazing photograph, Felisol!

Blessings on your day!

Terry said...

dear felisol, this is really true.
sometimes when you wonder why you are going through these things, when you look back, you can see the lord's hand in the whole terry

1 Corinthians 10:13
There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it.

Debbie Petras said...

Amen to that. His grace is sufficient. I hope you are doing well, Felisol.

Annie Jeffries said...

What a beautiful marriage of picture and words. Thank you Elise.


Trish said...

Wow! Where was this photo taken!?
Another example of perfection and putting words to pictures!

Sue Seibert said...

Amen! And how are you and yours?

Lina Kristine said...

Takk for hilsen på bloggen min :)
Jobb har eg fått ja, så nå blir det Bergen til høsten. Blir kjekt å prøve noe nytt. Eg har så fin turus, så det e ikkje så ofte eg er på jobb, og når eg først er på jobb og me har pasienter sitter eg bak. Men eg skal vinke til deg hvis eg ser deg, så du får kjøre MG så eg kjenner deg igjen.
:) Du får hilse både til Gunnar og Serina. Vi snakkes vel gjerne til sommeren hvis Serina kommer hjem :)

Crown of Beauty said...

I'm back on this comment page to thank you for leaving such beautiful words for me on my blog. I truly appreciate the depth of your spirit, Felisol.

May God indeed grant you the strength and the grace to live out your days!


Amrita said...

These were my thoughts too this evening as I was reviewing my life situation Felisol.

The Lord did not teach me to swim to let me drown.
If He has put me in a particular position He will sustain me too.


Constance said...

That's SO true! Often times I remind myself when I am going through something and it feels like it will swallow me alive that;
"Obviously I can handle this because God promises me He won't give me more than I can handle!"

Mrs. Mac said...

Words that ring true. Your photography has been very inspirational these past few posts. Gardens are one of my favorite subjects ... and your blooms are too grand words are not good enough. So summer is nearing its splendor with seemingless endless daylight. Ours is not quite that of yours yet ... but I need not worry so much as when I was making garden plans, I was not figuring how MUCH daylight we do get in the summer. We have plenty where needed. Our birds start chirping around 3:45 AM during the summer. And with twilight it is nearly eleven PM before the sky is dark. Dawn breaks just after the birds start their daily serenade. It makes for a long day as I sleep when the sun comes up and goes down. I'll be interested if your late planted bulbs give you any blooms. Sit a spell, read a spell, till the garden soil too. Clean the house, make the food ... aah, the everyday housewife. A good job with even better rewards! Have a great weekend.


Crown of Beauty said...

Hi Felisol,
Thank you for your sincere and warm thoughts shared with me!

I just edited my post on the Global Day of Prayer to include a segment on Praying for Israel. If you have time, I invite you to visit and read.


Unknown said...

Kjær Elise,

Slik god til å høre fra du. Trist det har tatt meg slik lang til å respondere. Jeg føler meg som har jeg vært i en whirlwind i en måned eller slik nå. Min kone trenger surgery og arbeid er galt. Detaljer senere. Trist slik kort.

Elsk du Gunnar og Serina


(Dear Elise,

So good to hear from you. Sorry it has taken me so long to respond. I feel like I have been in a whirlwind for a month or so now. My wife needs surgery and work is crazy. Details later. Sorry so short.

Love to you Gunnar and Serina


Happily Retired Gal said...

Magnificent sky photo ... wonderful reminder too.
Hugs and blessings,