A quiet whisper on a very loud Internet. Can you hear me?
Hi Sandi, Thank you for drawing our attention to this verse. To me, it means joy returning after sorrow. I like that. Thanks for your kind comment on my blog. Regarding your question, No, I don't think there was photoshop on that image ... but who knows? They were pretty crafty back 100+ years ago! :-)
Thanks, John. I just made a cup of dandelion tea. The inspirational message on the bag was "dream"!
...each bag has a different one, so it is random. I just happened to pick that one today and was happily surprised!
Dreaming to me is often like holding on to Hope...
Thanks, Mindy! Hope is a powerful thing.
Sandi, I call that a God sighting, and I love when things like that happen.
Thanks, Mary! :-)
This time of year puts us in mind of God coming to earth as a human, a babe in the manger, to rescue His people.
Thanks Sandi. This is so beautiful.
Very cool; thanks for sharing with us!Happy Thanksgiving, Jen
Hi Sandi,I love the message of 'confirmation' you had on your dandelion tea bag, that is no coincidence. He accompanies His word with the simplest of signs sometimes, but which we know only He could have had happen at a specific time. I know that the week I bought dandelion tea and you visited my blog, that scripture you had on your post that day was perfect timing to my deep desire for intercessory prayer. All things are possible with God. I love the whole of Psalm 126God bless you, remain as a child in Him.
Thank you, Brenda!
The Lord speaks to us in my ways...His word is always uplifting and encouraging to me and so is your blog. I pray your Thanksgiving Day is full of blessings and each day after. Thank you for being my blogger friend, :) Dee
:-) Thank you, Dee!
Hello Sandi...Thank you so much for visiting my blog and for commenting, too. Loved having you stop by. Susan
Hi Sandi, Thank you for the kind comment on my blog ... Hope you will stop by again soon. Have a great weekend! John