I will meditate on the glorious splendor of Your majesty and Your wonders.
The tulip remained the `protagonist` this week.*
And I heard of another tulip doing similar things.**
It opened in a way I never saw a tulip open!
Fully in splendor!
On my Shabbat table, I also had a book open called The Mighty Works of Jesus.
This Tulip opened so splendidly!! Next to the tulip, on my table I had been reading THE MIGHTY WORKS OF JESUS. It is a book by Wesley Scott Amos we are reading in my worship dance studies. Seeing the Tulip open like that was so wonderful, an expression of His Mighty Works of Creation!!
This week with watching the tulip I realized how my Shabbat table takes on new life in the week, as the things seem to have a new light after having partaken in Shabbat!
So I share a few views of the Shabbat table from this week, including some drawings and an Israeli grapefuit, now we see them in almost all the supermarkets! and of course, the Tulip!
Give praise to our Maker, Glory to God! Praise the LORD Jesus, Yeshua our Messiah, for His Mighty Works!!
For by Him all things were created--
in heaven and on earth,
the seen and the unseen,
whether thrones or angelic powers
or rulers or authorities.
All was created through Him and for Him.
He exists before everything
and in Him all holds together. ---Colossions 1:16
|Challah, like Manna, raining down from heaven over our city!!|
|Remember the construction worker with the gold helmet, painting planks gold under the blossoms during the week of Parsha Terumah!|
|An Israeli grapefruit, mid-week!|
Jesus proclaimed the kingdom of God breaking into history and showed what kingdom presence looks like as He exercised authority over nature, healed the sick, broke demonic oppression, raised the dead, forgave the guilty and bestowed everlasting life on all who believed in Him....---from The Mighty Works of Jesus, by Wesley Scott Amos***
*Thank you Duta for your giving this `protagonist` expression for the tulip!
**I heard that my blog friend Sandi had a similar tulip, just the reverse in colors.
*** for The MIGHTY WORKS OF JESUS by Wesley Scott Amos, follow this link HERE.
*****for the first post about the Tulip, see two posts down!
Blessings and Love,