Friday, August 2, 2013

Haiku My Heart: Evening Sky

I look to Heaven
to seek my Lord's assistance
in choosing my way.

May I hear His words,
and have clear understanding
to set on my path.


lovingly linked
to Rebecca's
Haiku My Heart




14 comments:

  1. Perfect prayer, Nonnie, for when a slump hits.

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    1. I wish that those didn't happen so often, Annie.

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  2. I really look forward to coming here every Friday to see what you have to say. As usual, I see a humble showing of your faith. These haiku are clearly prayers that go along nicely with a fabulous photo of the Creators work.


    Peace

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    1. Joe, I feel overwhelmed by your comment. Thank you.

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  3. Look to your heart, for that is often where He will speak to you.

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  4. Wonderful words. The Lord's way is always the right way.

    Hazel

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  5. His love forever so sure and so strong, that you will see it wherever you look!! Feel safe with the knowledge that he is right beside you when you kneel in prayer!!

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  6. Annie once said " every thought is a prayer", this has stuck with me, I'm thinking of you now, and if life's path seems unclear as it does for me then I'm thinking/my prayer that your connection to God will be the answer. I think faith might mean just holding onto an unseen hand to feel the gentle leading, perhaps not seeing the steps clearly before us, like if you had no sight. Sometimes this is how it is for me and I know at the end of the day despite my seeming complicated life of stress, I have been taken care of!

    I have a photo like this with the wires and the sunset, we could think of it as our connection!

    Hugs x

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    1. I will try this image of His hand leading me. It's comforting. thank you, dear friend!

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  7. May your path be gentle... and may you have faith and trust with each and every step... this prayer from your heart takes wing...

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    1. your comment made it seem that way, Lea!

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  8. THE perfect photo for your beautiful words...

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  9. dear nonnie.
    i love the strength of your prayer and find comfort taking it within.
    thank you for your very kind compassion as i waver a bit in all my recent letting go. i am honored to find a dear friend in you.

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