moving waters

Some new paint processes I’m really enjoying.

Should we be happy with good when great is possible?

Thankfully God keeps stretching me. When I’m getting comfortable, He moves me to what seems like unsolid ground. The shifting sands around me, the discomfort, and unknown help me to realize that HE is underneath even that. He is the firm foundation even moving waters never dislodge.

Isaiah 54 –
Afflicted city, storm-battered, unpitied:
I’m about to rebuild you with stones of turquoise,
Lay your foundations with sapphires,
construct your towers with rubies,
Your gates with jewels,
and all your walls with precious stones.
All your children will have God for their teacher—
what a mentor for your children!
You’ll be built solid, grounded in righteousness,
far from any trouble—nothing to fear!
far from terror—it won’t even come close!
If anyone attacks you,
don’t for a moment suppose that I sent them,
And if any should attack,
nothing will come of it.

7 thoughts on “moving waters

  1. Perfect as always, you are always so positive. You are like one of these pray for a mountain type of people because you know God will get you through it or He will move it. Very inspiring I find your blog. Question, what is that paint process? I really like it! Love and hugs. Lisa. xx 🙂

    • Thanks Lisa. I do have bad days and seasons but yup – faith keeps me praying and going forward.

      My secret process…ha! claybord – white acrylic drip…spray bottle…more acrylic, some acrylic with copper paint – let dry and use waterbase oils, brush lightly…wipe off…add more…play!!

  2. Just what I needed today. Also, I think it was in Jim Collins book, Good to Great, where said good is the enemy of great. So true. Thanks Judi

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s