Melting into Hope

“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.”
~ Charles Dickens

Yet this I call to mind and therefore I have hope:
Because of the LORD’s great love we are not consumed,
for his compassions never fail.
They are new every morning;
great is Your faithfulness.
~ Lamentations 3:21-23

Melt into Jesus,
Relinquishing self,
Abandoning pride,
Soul suffused,
Exquisitely, mysteriously,
Wholly nourished in Love.
~ Cindee Snider Re

Sharing at these beautiful blogs on Saturday:

Happily Mother After

And with these lovely sites on Sunday:

Sunday Snapshot



Filed under Photos and Quotes

17 responses to “Melting into Hope

  1. Thank you, Cindee. The beauty in your words never disappoints.


  2. Very lovely, Cindee.

    “Great is Thy Faithfulness…”


  3. Oh, Cindee. Melting into Him. What a beautiful concept. Love you, friend.


  4. I’d never seen that Dickens quote. That’s awesome.


  5. I love the Dickens quote, and how indeed I want to “melt into Him”. Lovely images, visually and verbally.


  6. My hope is in the Lord : )
    Beautiful post. Gorgeous image.


  7. BEAUTIFUL! 🙂 thanks for sharing
    Stopping by from S&S, Blessings


  8. Those verses in Lamentations… some days they keep me alive.

    Beautiful image, Cindee. As always.


  9. I love Lamentations, they definitely make me stop and think about how my life compares to them. Thank you for sharing..


  10. Beautiful combination of Dickens, scripture, and yourself. Yours was lovely.


  11. Absolutely beautiful.

    I’m visiting from The Simple Things. Regards from Barcelona.


  12. Beautiful combination with the verse and photograph!!


  13. This post incorporates many things that I love — Scripture, beautiful images, heart-felt poetry, and the quote from Dickens is like the cherry on top. Thank you for the reminder that His mercies never fail.


  14. beautiful photo and I love the verse. thank you for sharing. 🙂


  15. Such a beautiful poem. Like breathing in a cool breeze, your words have breath!


  16. Oh, Cindee. Breathless here.


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