When Words are Few

I have struggled for words lately, so decided to share my heart through image. May these bless and encourage you today.

“Hear me, O God, as I voice my complaint…” Psalm 64:1

“You care for the land and water it;
you enrich it abundantly…
You drench its furrows and level its ridges;
you soften it with showers and bless its crops.
You crown the year with your bounty,
and your carts overflow with abundance.” Psalm 65:9a,10-11

Singing without words in the shadow of His wings. Waiting in the silence until they return. Blessings, beautiful friends!

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9 responses to “When Words are Few

  1. pastordt

    These words will do just fine, dear Cindee. And the pictures? Beyond sublime. Thinking of you…

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  2. Love that photo of the birds. Wonderful capture, Cindee…and don\’t our photos speak words of their own? Lovely post. Have a beautiful Sunday.

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  3. Sharon O

    It is ok to have a quiet time, the pictures are beautiful along with the verses.

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  4. S. Etole

    Understand this … blessings of peace in your quietness.

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  5. Your words are still soothing and embracing! The images frame them in a very delightful way. But you are still so very inspiring in all that you share and send from the thoughts of your heart and spirit! Much love to you my sister!

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  6. The images are just right. And, words or no words, that’s just right, too. :)

    I memorized Psalm 65 and used to recite it while I kneaded bread dough!

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  7. These are wonderful verses and accompanying photos.

    My only major comment is gratitude that for the verse : “Hear me, O God, as I voice my complaint…” Psalm 64:1– you didn’t have my portrait up there.

    Some days I think that’s all God hears from me. But not today! Praising God for Cindee!

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  8. susie snider

    Beautiful words and pictures…

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  9. Scripture and photos are beautiful, Cindee.

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