Saturday, September 26, 2009

Spiritual Sunday

The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer;
My God is my rock, in whom I take refuge.
He is my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold.
I call to the Lord, who is worth of praise,
And I am saved from my enemies.
Psalm 18: 2,3

These are the words of David and he sang them to the Lord when he was delivered from Saul and his enemies. These are my words today, too. I know I can take refuge in God, my rock. The photo of Coffee Pot Mountain was taken last weekend when my girlfriend, Peggy, hiked in Sedona.

Have a wonderful Sunday, my friends. May the Lord bless you richly. Sundays are inspiring at Spiritual Sundays, thanks to Charlotte and Ginger.


Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

What a beautiful photo, of one of God's great creations, and I agree God is my Rock, my fortress, and the horn of my salvation, thank you for sharing, I am truly blessed.
Have a great weekend,

Debbie said...

I feel fortunate to live close enough to Sedona to visit. Great photo Mary. God's creation is beautiful. Happy Sunday to you.

Regina said...

Beautiful post.
Have a blessed week.

Sassy Granny ... said...

Oooooo - - You just have to love those red Sedona rocks!

It's a powerful analogy, isn't it? The Rock that is our Lord is such a strong tower, such a source of refuge and safety. It's impossible to be reminded TOO MUCH of that truth. Thank you!


Denise said...

Such a lovely post.

enchanting cottage said...

Wonderful scripture! Sedona is just beautiful, everytime I'm there I thank the Lord for such beautu.
God Bless,

SmilingSally said...

I love the life of David. I did the Beth Moore study and learned so much. I hope you have a beautiful Sunday.

Lisa said...

That is a beautiful scripture. It's a great reminder of God's faithfulness and His power to save.

Clif said...

Wonderful. I never grow tired of seeing this. We are heading up to Sedona in about two weeks. Good message. Have a great week.

Charlotte said...

I love those Sedona pictures. We will be visiting there again in a couple of weeks. This picture is a good illustration for the scripture. Thank you for sharing it.

Cathy said...

That is a beautiful picture for that verse. Thanks for sharing His powerful Word for us today.

RCUBEs said...

What a beautiful picture and Scripture that go well together!!! Thank you for sharing. Have a great week ahead too sister! Love you and God bless.

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

What a beautiful photo and scriptures to accompany it! Yes, we are truly blessed to have Him as our Rock and Horn of Salvation! Thank you for sharing and have a beautiful Sunday.


Jean Stockdale said...

Thanks so much for stopping by! God has been so good and we are so blessed!


KelliGirl said...

Oh, I love the geography of the west! I've seen those mountains during a visit to Sedona and feel such excitement seeing them again!

To have such rocks as a majestic reminder of our Rock. Awesome, indeed!

Andrea said...

Thank you, my sweet friend for always being an encourager in my life. I am not sure you realize the impact you have on my life. I feel so close to you and several others we blog with. Your prayers are powerful and are felt deeply. You are an awesome testimony of all GOD wants us to be. I am thankful HE brought you into my life. I am blessed to count you as a friend.
Love you, andrea

Alleluiabelle said...

Hi My Precious Friend,

This picture is so beautiful, the colors so rich. I'm standing along side of you sweet sister in saying, "I know I can take refuge in God, my rock."

My thoughts and prayers are always with you.

Love, Peace & Many Hugs,

Mevely317 said...

What a wonderful illustration, Mary! I can't believe we were just up there yesterday ... it just takes one's breath away, doesn't it?
'Finally visited Jerome (and the Haunted Hamburger) today. My, but that ride up THAT hill inspires one's faith, doesn't it?
Have yourselves a wonderful new week!


daylily777 said...

Beautiful photo, wonderful Scripture! Thanks for stopping by.
;~) Have a Blessed week.