Friday, March 30, 2012

Spring in my Garden

bluebonnet in the dew

It has been a good week.  A busy week.  
Hard to believe March is drawing to a close. 
Spring has arrived at our house 
and I went out and photographed some 
of the flowers blooming in my gardens yesterday afternoon 
and again this morning with the dew. 
 Today I have decided to look back over the 
Proverbs that I have made note of in my 
prayer journal this month.  
I hope you enjoy my flowers 
and some words of wisdom today.

The words of the godly are like sterling silver; the heart of a fool is worthless.  The godly give good advice, but fools are destroyed by their lack of common sense. -Prov.10:20-21
Missouri Primroses

The blessing of the LORD makes a person rich 
and He adds no sorrow with it. -Prov.10:22
shrub Magnolia
                                             Doing wrong is wise for a fool,
                                                         while wise conduct is a pleasure to the wise. 
                                                                       -Prov. 10:23


                                                   The fears of the wicked will all come true;
                                                       so will the hopes of the godly.
                                                   Disaster strikes like a cyclone,
                                                      whirling the wicked away,
                                                   but the godly have a lasting foundation.
                                                       -Prov. 10:24-25
Columbine given me by dear SIL when we moved to TX.
                                                  Lazy people are a pain to their employer.
                                  They are like smoke in the eyes or vinegar that sets the teeth on edge.
One of my Hybrid tea roses
                                      Upright citizens bless a city and make it prosper. -Prov. 11:11a

Autumn Sage

                              It is foolish to belittle a neighbor; a person with good sense remains silent.
                                                                                                                     -Prov. 11:12

sulphur paintbrush
                                               Your own soul is nourished when you are kind,   
                                                         but you destroy yourself when you are cruel. 

closed magnolia blossum

It is possible to give freely and become more wealthy, but those who are stingy will lose everything.  The generous prosper and are satisfied; those who refresh others will themselves be refreshed. -Prov. 11:24-25

Our bluebonnet patch continues to grow

                                           To learn you must love discipline. -Prov. 12:1a

Climbing rose in dew

                                             A worthy wife is her husband's joy and crown; 
                                                 a shameful wife saps his strength. -Prov. 12:4

One of my miniature roses

Grace, Peace, and Mercy,

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