Friday, March 12, 2010

Spring lighting


Through a dry and thirsty land, water from the Kenyon heights
Pours itself out of Lake Sangra's broken heart
There in the Sahara winds Jesus heard the whole world cry
For the healing that would flow from His own scars
The world was singing


My Deliverer is coming - my Deliverer is standing by
He will never break His promise - He has written it upon the sky



I will never doubt His promise though I doubt my heart, I doubt my eyes
My Deliverer is coming - my Deliverer is standing by


He will never break His promise though the stars should break faith with the sky

My Deliverer is coming - my Deliverer is standing by.

Rich Mullins and Mitch McVicker 
Exodus 2:23, Exodus 3:8, Second Samuel 22:1-7, Psalm 40:16-17, Isaiah 53:5
Matthew 2:13-21, Luke 4:18-19, Revelation 6:13


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

This is gorgeous Deb....on so many different levels!
I just love it all!!!
Have a good one Blonde sisterfriend!!!


Lost Aussie said...

Lovely - your images and words always inspire!

Unknown said...

oh so beautiful Deborah....just like you!!! you always make me smile and you have a way to brighten my day with your wonderful posts and your sweet words....


Valrie said...


I love the artistic way you blend poetry withthese gorgeous pictures. Do you take the pics too?

Miss hearing from you, come visit for a while and enter my Spring giveaway, I'm looking for a few Good Eggs.

Poetry is flowing for me lately, and I am beginning to get enough together for a book...


yoborobo said...

Beautiful, Deb. I love the cadence of your words. :) Have a great weekend, my poet friend. xo Pam

yoborobo said...

Ooops, Deb! I guess I'd better brush up on my Bible! ;)

Manon said...

Wow, Deb!! Loved this post!! Very inspirational today!! Thank you my friend!

CM said...

Beautiful words and pictures!

Ces Adorio said...

Oh you are a true believer and what beautiful faith you have. Very comforting even for a sinner like me. Deborah you are beautiful inside and out. My sister was telling me to go with her to Arizona this summer or fall. Maybe fall. Thank you my dearest sisterfriend for your comments and emails, words of comfort that I needed and you generously gave even though I knew you were hurting too. I met you through Renee and for that alone I will forever love her.

Marie S said...

Oh Amen, I never want to forget Renee or her wonderful and perfect lesson.
She was indeed something else. She was a truly unusual woman and a teacher.
All my love to you Deb!

Wendy said...

You have a rare talent with the camera. Your pics are beautiful.

Love and hugs and blessings

Carolyn said...

Such a beautiful visual inspiring post !!
Thankyou ;o)

have a wonderful weekend

sweet hugs and kisses


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LDWatkins said...

Lovely, Deb...your words and you! Inspirational and a blessing for all. Thank you for your kind words when you come by. Love and Hugs, Lynda

Unknown said...


Hugs to you as I know you are grieving so.

Just A Girl said...

What a beautiful song!! I simply love Rich Mullins!! He has such an awesome testimony.
Happy thoughts. Oh! I decided to build another cottage...too cute. Or should I say Roxie is...tee hee!!!
Love me