Word-Filled Wednesday - Matthew 6:28-29

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"And why are you anxious for clothing? Observe how the lilies of the field grow; they do not toil nor do they spin, yet I say to you that even solomon in all his glory did not clothe himself like one of these." Matthew 6:28-29 NIV



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11 Thoughts Shared:

My cup runneth over... said...

Gorgeous photo and verse...one of my favorites! = ) Thanks for sharing!

Nancie said...

Wow, this picture is lovely. And thanks for these verses. A reminder to me that God will take care of us. Have a blessed WFW!

twinklemom said...

Gorgeous photo! I love how it is a reminder that God does provide like He provides for nature.

ellen b. said...

Hi Melanie.
Beautiful verse and photo. Have a wonderful day...

Tonya said...

Morning, my FRIEND! I LOVE the picture you shared and the scripture was AWESOME! If we TRULY saw all the ways the LORD provides for us "behind the scenes" on a daily basis we would understand that we shouldn't worry about anything. As I say that.. I'm probably one of the biggest "worry warts" on the face of the planet. O;-) You'd THINK I'd have learned by now huh??

the160acrewoods said...

I love lilies! this verse has been on my mind a lot lately!!!

Tricia said...

Ok, we are too much alike...

I was going to use that verse today with my post as I had taken some good pictures of our azaleas in full bloom, but I changed my mind and went with the clouds.

Your picture is beautiful and I do like that verse! Have a great day!

Jenelle said...

Beautiful picture. I kept trying to use this verse because I have a TON of flower pictures, but no lilies!

lori said...

I LOVE, LOVE that pic....and the verse...it's one I turn to often...when I'm anxious....
I needed it tonight...

HUGS!
lori

Sheila said...

Spring is such a beautiful reminder of the new life we have in Christ and the tenderness with which God cares for us!

Nice to meet you and happy wordless wednesday!
Sheila

Terri Sue said...

I love the picture and the verse!
Be blessed!