I shared this on Facebook and Instagram, but wanted to "document" it here for future reference.
This was in my Timehop this morning.....
a reminder of God's provision and love.
Y'all know how much I adore cardinals and each time one shows up I try to say,
"Thank you, Lord, I love You, too."
Last November, driving on a narrow back road, praying about a situation, one landed in the road ahead of me.....
almost immediately Jack (Pappy) called to tell me what happened about his job.
God reminds me that our future is full of HOPE! Jeremiah 29:11-13
HOPE everybody has a Wonderful Wednesday!
Before I forget this again...I really like your header with the hearts!ReplyDelete
He certainly does give us much HOPE for our future as we rest in Him. I completely understand about the cardinals and how you see them as an "I love you" from God. He always knows just when to send those special reminders to us.
I love how the Lord speaks to you...and love how your heart is always open to receive Him! It's a beautiful morning here, I've got the back door open letting the sun shine in, wish you were here to enjoy a cup of coffee with me!! We could talk about the Goodness of God and be quiet and let Him talk to us!ReplyDelete
I love your word - HOPE.....if we didnt have hope, we would be forever gone. My hope is in my Lord and Savior and I look forward to His coming back.ReplyDelete
I love Cardinals! They are quite active around our house...and they do give me a ray of hope when I see them, as well as they make me smile at their beauty. Yes, the Lord is speaking to many of us these days...and He reminds us that He has not forgotten us and that He loves us so much. We are so blessed!!!ReplyDelete
wonderful photo. Cardinals are so gorgeous and bright. I love seeing them and Bluejays in the winter.ReplyDelete
Since the Cardinal is Ohio's 'bird', I am always looking for them. We see them occasionally and I am always reminded of my childhood. Signs and symbols from God to remind us that He is paying attention.ReplyDelete
We saw one yesterday. It was beautiful. Love your photo and your story.ReplyDelete