Learning the Ways of the Lord
|Crater Lake, Oregon 2004|
“Come, let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of the God of Jacob. He will teach us his ways, so that we may walk in his paths.” Michah 4:2 NIV
While a physical mountain will not teach us the ways of the Lord nor bring us His wisdom, direction, or help, sometimes basking in the magnificence of God’s multi-faceted creation, we can find His peace, see His hand. And in the still, hear the quiet whisper of His voice.
Today, find a place where you can hear God’s voice, read His word, and learn to walk in His paths.
Amen! Beautiful picture.
Have a blessed WFW!
Wow, that is a breathtaking photo Janis! Did you take it?
I loved your words, and the scripture you chose. I remember a Paul Wilbur song with the words of that scripture in it… it is a wonderful song!
Blessings to you and have a great WFW!
It’s just something about beholding the majestic beauty of the land God has created that opens my ears to hear Him better. Great WFW, Janis!
Beautiful words for meditation, and a gorgeous picture! I saw Crater Lake when I was in high school. It’s a sight you never forget!
…basking in the magnificence…Yes, that’s what we so often miss in our hurried~ness. This is absolutely gorgeous and what a reflection of that amazing God!
Thank you for your insightful words…definately ones to remember! Have a wonderfully blessed WFW!
Janis – What a breath-taking picture! Gorgeous. I feel closer to God when I’m in the mountains than just about any other place on earth. Somehow His voice is clearer, away from the distractions of everyday life. This week has had its challenges – and so I took a moment today to go off by myself. I shed some tears, and said out loud, “God, where are You?” And His still, small voice answered, “I’m right here.” How I love Him!
Thanks for your message today – I needed it!
Thanks for visiting my blog. Your picture and verse are great. It is so comforting to know we can always take our problems, burdens, anything to our Heavenly Father. He loves us more than any of us could possibly imagine.
Hop eyou do not mind but I will be including this for photoplay.
It is beautiful!
Hi Janice, Saw this on “you might also like” and had to see the full picture. Awesome. Did you visit Oregon in 2004? Did you take this stunning photo. If, so anything you tell us about Oregon would be appreciated. Nope, no plans for a big trip until Spring, and maybe not even then to Oregon. Always been one of my dreams to see Oregon. Hope you finally did receive my email. Blessings,