Sunday, March 4, 2012

Wash me


Summer has gone and what a summer it was -- rain, rain, rain.  And they say we are going to have an unusually wet autumn too.

This week's Psalm Challenge is Psalm 51. Visit Athens Daily Photo for more interpretations of this wonderful Psalm.

Reflection:

Psalm 51:2 New International Version (NIV)
"Wash away all my iniquity
and cleanse me from my sin."

14 comments:

  1. Everything is washed and going mouldy.

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    1. Fortunately in the mountains we don't have the heat together with rain so we don't have quite the same mould and mildew problems as you guys in Queensland.

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  2. A wonderful picture to illustrate this verse. Well, we do have a lot of rain last Summer here in north.. so I hope we can look forward to a hot Summer this year.

    Blessed Sunday to you:-)

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    1. We have had two summers of rain ... after 10 years of drought ... so maybe this summer will be a bit wet for you too.

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  3. For a second I was wondering....summer? But then I remembered where you live! What lovely red berries. They look very well washed, and from what you say, there is no lack of water at the moment.

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    1. Sara, yes it is tricky. I didn't much worry about or notice the seasons being out of sync until I started blogging.

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  4. Such vivid colors as our world is still white!

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    1. Soon Susan. Soon it will thaw. In the meanwhile I will enjoy your snowy photos.

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    1. Rae, I love your photos of the sunny summer you have been having in Perth.

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  6. hi joan! i have missed my visits here, but
    life has been SO busy with travel and
    wedding preparations for my son.

    your photos is brilliant and such a great
    pairing with one of my favorite verses.

    blessings!

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    1. It is always lovely to have to you visit Lea. I hope the travel has been interesting and weddings are always such a hectic but exciting time for a family.

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  7. Love the droplets. What fruit is this?

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    1. The are vibernum berries -- an ornamental plant. I would not want to eat them.

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