Wednesday, August 19, 2009

In His Arms

In the distance I can hear the rumble of thunder and the pitter patter of the rain on my roof.

I marvel at this and other awesome works of our Lord.

I set in my home feeling safe and secure knowing he is watching over my family and friends. What a wonderful feeling and blessing to know we have shelter in his arms!!!


vivian said...

hi girlfriend! I'm glad we are all in his arms!! hope your back is feeling better!

vivian said...

hi girlfriend! I'm glad we are all in his arms!! hope your back is feeling better!

Sandi McBride said...

Amen and amen!

My Vintage Studio said...

Hi Mary. Hope you are feeling better! Your new banner is so pretty. Hugs, Sharon

Bliss said...

So thankful for the rain :) and roof!

Amy said...

Hope you are feeling better!

(Crafting by Candlelight)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Friend, How are you feeling??? I hope your back is MUCH better.

We had alot of rain yesterday--but needed it. Today is sunny so far but the rains are coming back. It's mild though --and feels a little like fall today!!!!


Mary said...


I have been trying to post here for days, but keep getting a message that your blog is now private. This time I was lucky and was able to let you know.

We had a huge storm with torrential rains, thunder, lightning and tornadoes in Southern Ontario last evening. I've posted about it. Glad to visit you once again and please let me know if your blog is now private.


PEA said...

Being inside your home, cozy and warm, while it's raining outside is indeed like being sheltered in God's arms.

Hope you're feeling much better these days my friend! xoxo

a portland granny said...

What a wonderful place to be--"In His Arms"

Hope your weather has calmed down by now! We are oing off a mini heat wave and so glad for a nice 70 degree day this Saturday.

bluemuf said...

Dear Mary, very well said. I hope you feeling better

Hugs karen

Vee said...

Yes, it is a good feeling every time we remember that. It's not so good if we forget. Glad to read that you are feeling a little better every day. Take it it's still hot down there!