Love the photo at the top! It's gorgeous. Nice lyrics by Kenneth Cope, too. And I think he's right. God does love broken things...which is a good thing for me.Beautiful post, Kristin.=)
Good usability of your weekend timing. Definitely everyone should do the same for your family involvement also.Search from a variety of venues such as conference venues, castles, banqueting halls, cinemas, theatres and hotels just to name a few.
It truly *is* beautiful. Thank you for this -- it came at just the right time as yesterday brought with it some familial brokenness and a heavy heart. Your post helps some of it make more sense. Thank you!
Thank you so much for this post! Beautiful. I am reading the book, The Continuous Atonement, and a quote from that book came to mind as I read what you wrote and looked at the amazing photos, "He came to save His people in their imperfections. He is the Lord of the living, and the living make mistakes. He's not embarrassed by us, angry at us, or shocked. He wants us in our brokenness, in our unhappiness, in our guilt and our grief. (Brad Wilcox actually quoting Chieko Okazaki)
I love that song! It always makes me feel a little better about myself.
That was a gorgeous poem!! I think He loves imperfect things! Like myself... lolclothedmuch.blogspot.com
I have never thought about it before,, but I guess you are right, God does love broken things! Which is a very very good thing in my case. That was simply beautiful, and what my heart wanted to hear today. Thank you.P.S. you just gave me my next scripture search/study. Thank you!
I love that song. It is so beautiful and causes you to stop and think.So what is your new church calling?I didn't want to pressure you into blogging, but I always enjoy your posts and did want you to know you have been missed.
I love this post..and it is beautiful! Thanks for sharing.
That's one of the few "popular"-type church songs that I'm actually familiar with . . . and I love it! Thanks for sharing it. I hope it stays in my head all day.
Gorgeous photos. I love the first one but the others are wonderful, too. Love the idea of broken things, too - when we "break" as people, I think we become better, too. :)
I love it, Kristin. I have been giving extra thought and effort to repentance and forgiveness, lately, and it is just that beautiful.
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