…a bit of Yellowstone (&Thomas à Kempis…)

Here’s a cool pic taken in Yellowstone Park awhile back…WY 10 Yellowstone falls (2)“God who is eternal, infinite, supremely mighty, does great & unfathomable things in heaven and in earth, and there is no understanding His wonderful works.  If the works of God could easily be grasped by human understanding they could not be called wonderful or too great for words.”   Thomas à Kempis

Now, ’tis grand to see such an amazing waterfall as a mighty work of God… but here’s a thought for this Friday in Lent – isn’t it also grand to see the Mighty Works of God in each other? … & maybe even ourselves? that we are ALL Mighty Works of our Creator whether we are pink, purple, green or blue – or any betwixt & between hue.

…& then doesn’t it follow that it might take a bit of work to understand one another & if ’tis proven Difficult to understand, might it be a good idea to first start by Appreciating one another?

There are falls of uniqueness within our hearts that flow into our beings & influence our doings; falls of Love from the Creator of Love, God Almighty.

grace, peace & Mighty Works (of God!)

Virginia : )

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6 Responses to …a bit of Yellowstone (&Thomas à Kempis…)

  1. jaymers says:

    Love this photo! Thank you for your inspiring words!

    • Virginia says:

      Thanx Jayme – i have to read them back as i sometimes need to work on ‘appreciating others’ when BEANHEADS are Hard To Understand … faith is a journey, just like life is a journey, too : ) grace, peace & challenging words – Virginia : )

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  3. TMH says:

    Thomas a Kempis…My mom had a book of his back in ’76 during her lengthy hospital stay. I still have it.

    • Virginia says:

      Tim, A long-time favorite is The Imitation of Christ. What a precious legacy to have a book that meant something to your mom during a difficult time. I have several of my Mama’s well used, tattered devotionals – it’s so precious now noting her underlines & scrawled comments. 💜🙏💜

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