One thing

28 04 2012

A lovely Sunday to you.
May you dwell deep,
gaze long,
and find the Beautiful One
faithful.

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13 responses

28 04 2012
Sandra Heska King

My life verse! That along with Philippians 3:13-14. Lovely Sunday to you, lovely Jeanne.

29 04 2012
jeannedamoff

Great choice in a life verse! I love how it complements what Jesus said about Mary sitting at His feet. One thing matters. May we know the peace and joy that comes with keeping life simple. Love to you, dear Sandra.

28 04 2012
Sharon O

I love the old churches. Our church meets in a warehouse fixed up nicely but there is something about ‘an old church with wooden pews’ stained glass windows and even hymnals.

29 04 2012
jeannedamoff

I agree, Sharon. Our church is more modern, too, but there is something about light through stained glass, like liquid color spilling over polished wood and stone. It’s like beautiful music, setting a tone. It’s not necessary to worship, but for me, it enhances it.

28 04 2012
Joanne Norton

I really love that photol. Sometimes the churches can draw us to the focus of our Lord and to focus to our Lord.

29 04 2012
jeannedamoff

Thanks, Joanne. I took this shot last weekend at a wedding. It was a beautiful church and beautiful ceremony, and I love the way the setting framed the couple, a picture of Christ and His church. Sweet.

28 04 2012
Connie Mace (@ConnieMace)

Pausing here to breathe deep and ponder the beauty of words and image.

28 04 2012
Connie Mace (@ConnieMace)

Also, I just downloaded your book. Looking forward to reading it!

29 04 2012
jeannedamoff

Thanks, Connie, for your kind words and for downloading the book. I’m honored, and I pray God meets you on the pages.

29 04 2012
Maureen

Those doors draw me inside, to soak up the peace and quiet and beauty within. A beautiful, peaceful Sunday to you, too.

29 04 2012
jeannedamoff

Thank you, Maureen!

29 04 2012
ljbmom

So, so lovely. A sweet sabbath to you, my friend.

30 04 2012
Simply Darlene

Miss Jeanne, the ever so forward slant/angle on that image gives it a “I can reach out & touch it” feel.

Blessings.

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