Look Who It Is!

by | Mar 4, 2012 | Uncategorized

As we begin a new week, may we remember the words of David penned in this 24th Psalm.  Be alert , prepared to open doors, swing gates wide for the triumphant entry of the King of Glory into our every day life.

Ready to receive all he gives, from the riches of who he is.

Warmest of wishes to you my friends, on this second Sunday of Lent.

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  1. Lyla Lindquist

    My psalter has a few notes on this psalm, and the part that always captures me is this idea that “the last verses of the psalm are an almost playful dialogue between one group of worshipers standing inside the temple doors and another group standing inside.” It changes my perspective on these words to imagine how they may have first been spoken.

    Beautiful images, Shelly. As always.

    • Redemption's Beauty

      Lyla, love your comment here on this passage. I envisioned people looking up startled from what they were doing, jumping up to open doors and gates to welcome Him. And this really makes me think too. Thanks!

  2. Amy @ Little Adventures

    WOW beautiful images and such a powerful read! Thank you for sharing!

  3. Debra

    Great meditations and divine images dear Shelly. But I don’t expect ANYTHING less from one of such a pure heart and lovely soul, daughter of the King.
    Who is the King of glory? The Lord strong and mighty… one of my favorites!

    • Redemption's Beauty

      Humble thanks Debra, your much too kind. Always love seeing you in the comments.

  4. Elizabeth

    I like your black and white series and the verses, of course.
    Thanks so much for your comment on my post about fear and my trip to Africa.
    Your continued prayers would sure be appreciated.

    • Redemption's Beauty

      Elizabeth, I will pray and I hope you will keep me posted. I have an excited anticipation about that.

  5. charinabrooks

    God bless you Shelley and thank you!

  6. Katie Lloyd

    This is powerful! And I think using b&w photos really makes these verses stand out, as they should!

    • Redemption's Beauty

      Oh Katie, that mean a lot coming from you. Your photography is extraordinary. Happy Birthday!

  7. Liz


    • Redemption's Beauty

      Liz, what a delight to have you visit and follow this community here. I enjoyed looking at your blog and your fabulous photography. Hope you will continue to join in the conversations here.

  8. Deidra

    “Second Sunday of Lent.” Makes me smile.

  9. Sandra Heska King

    So now I’ve got Chris Tomlin’s song stuck in my head:
    We bow our hearts
    We bend our knees
    Oh Spirit come make us humble
    We turn our eyes
    From evil things
    Oh Lord we cast down our idols…

    Love the black and white.

    • Redemption's Beauty

      Love that. It’s how I see these verses. It took me way too long to get those pictures posted. I nearly cried and wondered if it was worth it. Thanks Sandy.

  10. Nancy

    Beautiful pictures and I love the Psalms. Thank you for sharing.

  11. Joanne Norton

    A lovely mix of photos and psalm.verses that just “fit” so well. Thank you.

  12. Kristen

    What beautiful black and white photographs, that perfectly accompany this Psalm!

    • Redemption's Beauty

      Thanks Kristen. I was inspired when I read the verses to change them to B & W.

  13. Lisa

    I love this idea, I might have to borrow it! As always your words are beautiful and this Psalm is perfect.

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