Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Word Filled Wednesday


As the Christmas season is in full swing around us, this verse blessed and encouraged me:


How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation. Isaiah 52:7

As we as Christians rejoice in the gift of our Savior - Jesus, may we gladly share His good news, peace and salvation to those we come in contact with.



10 comments:

  1. One of my ALL TIME favorite verses! I just LOVE those words and how perfect for this season!

    Fabulous WFW!

    Peace!

    lori

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  2. That is a beautiful wfw and your blog, it's so festive and perfect for Christmas! I love it.

    God bless you and your family and prayers you have a wonderful WFW!

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  3. I love this verse. The picture is beautiful, too. Great message, Chelsey. Happy WFW!

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  4. I love that verse!!! :):) Thanks for sharing -- happy WFW!

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  5. I would like a cabin overlooking those mountains, please. Great post! Happy WFW!

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  6. A beautiful scripture to share. Thank you and Merry Christmas, Doylene

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  7. Such a gorgeous photo and powerful Word. I love that verse :)

    Happy WFW!

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  8. awesome!! I LOVE this verse and the image you've paired it with is wonderful.

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  9. What a striking picture you give us! My husband is a pastor and has always had a great fascination with this verse. The family has endured many devotions about feet! -- feet are such odd and ugly things, he always says. And in Jesus' day they were filthy!! That they would be called "beautiful" [in the NT version of this verse in Romans 10:15] when carrying the GREAT News of Salvation shows just how incredible that message really is.
    What in incredibly appropriate verse for the Advent Season. Thank you.
    :-)

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Thank you for sharing your commment. It is a joy and blessing to hear from you and your words are appreciated.