Sunday, November 15, 2009

Sunday Faith very favorite

"I tell you the truth, if a man keeps my word, he will never see death." John 8:51

Photo of Mr. Z taking Mr. Z's daughter


Sue said...

Thank you, God for the gift of your Son!

Thanks for the reminder, Z. It is wonderful to see your faith shining through all your heartache. What would we do without God's promises?

Anonymous said...

Beautiful photo from Mr. Z's daughter. Talent runs in the family.

Jungle Mom said...

Amen and amen! Love the photo, too!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful Z. It is clear that a high bar has been set for us all. I think we who observe His teachings try to measure up to it.

Since we are mere humans, we can hope we'll be forgiven for those times we don't quite make it.


FairWitness said...

Gosh, Z. Looking at that wonderful photo... made me tear up.

Thank you for sharing this. It is beautiful and heartbreaking all at once.

You are being so very brave.

Anonymous said...

"... Love hopeth all things, beareth all things, believeth all things ... Love suffereth long and is kind ... Love never faileth . . ."

"... And now abideth these three: Faith Hope and Love, but the greatest of these is Love."

~ St. Paul

And "Love is ETERNAL."

"... I love thee with a love I seemed to lose/ With my lost saints. I love thee with the breath,/ Smiles, tears, of all my life; and, if God choose,/ I shall but love thee better after death."

~ Elizabeth Barret Browning

"All things work together for good to those who love God."

~ FreeThinke

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

This is one of the primary reasons I've loved photography all my life. My memory is now and never has been very good; worse now with age and trauma. But photography, first with film and now digitally, has always been one of my primary hobby loves -- to the point that many of my friends and relatives seem to always want copies of whatever I take.

Yes, you can duplicate a Moment In Time in your mind; a photograph of the same event seems, in a good way, to be even slightly closer to God.

God bless.


Beth said...

I can see why it is your favorite, thank you so much for sharing!

Maggie M. Thornton said...

Z, what a precious photo of Mr. Z and your scripture...what a tribute to him. Thanks for sharing that with us.

Blessings friend. Hope you are doing okay.

Z said...

thanks, everybody....yes, this is so precious to me and the scripture just fit him so well.
By far, over all the gorgeous pictures I've found in the 45 Sunday Faith Blogs I've done by now, and no matter what the scripture I put with the pictures, THIS is my favorite.

My dear sweet husband in the milieu he loved so'd by his daughter on a happy day for them on the sand.

It breaks my heart, then I replace that with very humble and real gratitude that I knew him at all. xx

David Wyatt said...

God Bless you Z! Remember, our wonderful Lord Jesus paid for our sins in full, & when we trust in Him, as he said, we'll never see spiritual death, or as death is separation, we'll never see separation from Him! As Sue said, He promises it & what would we do without His promises? Time does not necessarily heal, but HE does! (Ps.147:3) May the Lord bless you Z, & thank you for sharing with us.

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

The most beautiful thing about it all?

That time, that moment, captured forever, can NEVER be taken away from you.


Anonymous said...

••• ". . . It breaks my heart, then I replace that with very humble and real gratitude that I knew him at all." •••

Thank you for saying that, Z. It is exactly the right idea to carry for all of us who have suffered loss of the physical presence of someone who has touched us deeply.

Gratitude for the privilege of having known and been close to those we have loved and admired keeps them alive in our hearts as long as we remember.

You will find, I think, as times goes on, that Mr. Z is still there to advise you and share the joys, sorrows and frustrations sure to come. By that I mean that because you knew and loved him you will be able to see and hear things through his eyes and ears as well as your own.

God is Love. God is eternal and unchanging, therefore, love can never die or diminish.

May God bless, sustain and comfort you always,

~ FreeThinke

Z said...

Thank you VERY VERY much for your kind words.

THIS IS AN ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE THING, this losing someone you loved SO MUCH and someone who thought YOU were the best thing that ever breathed....but it's possible.

Elmers Brother said...

it's a great picture of Mr. Z and the beach.

FairWitness said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Z said... inadvertantly used my husband's name. I'm sorry, but we try for anonymity here.
I do appreciate your sentiment. thanks...but I had to delete your comment. Sorry.

FairWitness said...

Oh geez, sorry Z. Dumb blonde moment, please forgive me.

Z said...