Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Wednesday's Walk / The Underside of the Tapestry

For a "Lazy Walk Down Memory Lane" today I thought I would re-post one of my first posts from when I first started blogging. I had very few followers back then and this post received no comments. I hope it will encourage and inspire some of you today.

Click here: The Underside of the Tapestry

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Lazy Wednesday's Walk

Have A Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!


Kristin said...

Wow, Momma Linda.....that was such a great way to look at life! I love it! I think you are absolutely right!

It reminded me of how I was in the car yesterday and Lily was singing and I told her how much I loved her song, but I could tell the girls were thinking, that wasn't that good Momma! But to me, I saw it as her best effort and it was beautiful to me because I know where she's come from and how much she has learned. I felt the Lord say to me, see Kristin, that's how I look at you. I see your accomplishments based on how far you've come, not by comparing them to others. Isn't it so beautiful when the Lord teaches us things like that?! I think I might need to do a blog post on that! :)

Happy Thanksgiving Eve!!!

Karin said...

I love this story! We sang a song (in German) when I was a teen, that had exactly these thoughts written here. God sits at the loom creating a masterpiece and all we see is the underneath.

Marydon said...

G'day Linda ~ What a marvelous write ... brought tears to my eyes. TYSM for sharing ...

Hope you had a warm & yummy holiday celebration!
Hugs ~
TTFN ~ Marydon

gemini said...

Wow! i love tapestries and you've got one beautiful piece of art. Keep on sharing because it's making my day right.

Dianne said...

Awesome post!! I needed those words today, my friend!

Tonya said...

I loved this post! I've used the tapestry example many times when people question my faith. It is oh so true and I personally can't wait for heaven to see what the other side looks like. Thanks for visiting my blog regularly and mostly, thank you for praying for me and my family!

Lots of love,

Deanna said...

Linda, You have such sweet memories! So glad you shared in a poem with us.

Have a wonderful Christmas Season.
God bless,