Wednesday, October 22, 2008

The Letter N


Isaiah 54: 11 & 12
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10 comments:

Pat said...

I love your new header Cori! The way your designed this beautful passage is gorgeous too -- you are so talented.

I spoke to Tara! She called me the other day. She's doing OK and said she and her family are slowly adjusting to their loss. I told her you were thinking about her too.

Going to my DIL's baby shower tomorrow. I'll come by when I get back on Monday. Have a good weekend!

Hugs, Pat

grey like snuffie said...

Wow, I'm going to have to go look this one up and get the context around it. Very good.

Margie said...

I too want to study the verses around these. I can't wait to find out more about them!

Have a lovely day!
Margie

ellen b. said...

Your site just gets prettier and prettier Cori! I'm with Pam on these verses. Going to have to go check out the context. I'm looking forward to seeing God's architecture in heaven though full of jewels and such beauty we've never seen before!!

Lana G! said...

Beautiful as usual! I love that we are all running to the scriptures to check out the verses submitted!

Cori G. said...

Good morning Ladies,

It seems I've found a scripture that has long lay hidden maybe only to appear for a particular reason. Isaiah 54: 11 & 12 was not my first choice for the Letter N, but became a substitute when I realized the original choice was meant for next week. Thankfully the original will work, but you'll have to read that one next Thursday.

I see this scripture everyday as I've made it my theme verse for the Bible Study I lead and when Pam said she was going to check out what was around it and in what context I started thinking to myself, "what is around it?" So late last night I was unable to sleep and decided to read the chapter. I was immediately hit by the first verse, "Sing oh you barren" (that's me) and as I continued I read that we as His daughter's will never be put to shame. While the past is the past and it does affect our future we no longer have to feel or walk in the shame of our youth. Whether they were choices we made or choices forced upon us by others.
He can hold our heads up because we know Who we belong to.
Isn't that comforting!

Carrie said...

Thanks for sharing this wonderful text!

Beverly said...

What wonders await!

fairmaiden said...

Good morning Cori~ This is a favorite...it was a promise the LORD gave me for my family when we moved back to CA. after an 18 month season in Kansas City. I love His word<3 Fairmaiden

Kathy said...

What a great verse and promise, Cori. Kathy