Not that I speak in respect of want:
For I have learned in whatsoever state I am
Therewith to be content.
As I type this we still do not know who will be president of the United States come January.
It seems our country is very closely divided.
Some will say this one cheated and others will say that one cheated.
They think that they hold such power...
But I know who is the most powerful of all.
Scripture and a snapshot. Sunday scripture blessings
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You and I had the same message this week. The verse from Philippians perfectly sums it up!ReplyDelete
Amen to your words sweet lady. Have a Happy Sunday.ReplyDelete
Praying God's kingdom come and God's will be done in our nation!ReplyDelete
What a lovely picture! No matter who in president, God is still and always will be in control.ReplyDelete
Yes, so much up in the air. Today, I was watching leaves fall, one at a time.. No wind. Just gravity and letting go. Your image reminded me of that feeling of peace and awe.ReplyDelete
Our church read through many of the major and minor prophets this year. Though kings were good or bad, God was always at work. That gives me great encouragement that no matter who our leader is, God's still on His throne.ReplyDelete
If it is true, what we read in Isaiah 40, "Behold, the nations are as a drop of a bucket, and are counted as the small dust of the balance," then whoever rules that drop is king over a small realm indeed. In our nation no one person is even king, so the power is even tinier.ReplyDelete
On the other hand, HIS Kingdom is not of this world, and is unto to ages of ages. Glory to Jesus Christ!
Yes, whatever the outcome, God is in control! Love this photo!ReplyDelete