Saturday, October 31, 2009

Past, Present, and Future



Always
wrapped in color
creator draws me
closer to center

with hope
all prayers
will be answered
in peace

no matter
what has
taken place,
is happening,
or what will be
in future days

my trust
is placed in
all power
of His Name
and Word.


Mediation from Philippians 1:3-11

Love to all,
Robin


Be sure to check out the inspirational writings at Spiritual Sundays. Thanks to Ginger and Charlotte for hosting this site and encouraging us today to seek the Lord.

16 comments:

Saleslady371 said...

I'm drawn to the topic of trusting God like a magnet right now. Thanks for this beautiful post. Have a great weekend.

RCUBEs said...

Just beautiful...Happy SS and God bless.

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Beautiful drawing, and I do put my trust in Him, and His word.
Thank you for sharing.
Blessings,
Sue

Anita said...

This is really touching. Thanks for sharing...Anita

Ginger said...

no matter
what has
taken place,
is happening,
or what will be
in future days
Thats powerful!
Thank-you for sharing this.
Blessings,
Ginger

Cathy said...

Beautiful thoughts ~ Your music is lovely.

Debbie said...

This really blessed me, thanks for sharing it. Debbie

Denise said...

Thanks for being a blessing.

Renee said...

What a beautiful and peace-filled poem. Your music is so soothing too. Just what I needed today.
God Bless.

A Little Of This And That said...

Beautiful poem. Thanks for sharing.

Regina said...

Wonderful poem and post.

sojourner said...

perfect place for trust!

Charlotte said...

Beautiful meditation, and beautiful music.
I was out of town over the weekend so am just now visiting S.S. posts.
Blessings,
Charlotte

Annie said...

"always wrapped in color" reminds me of a beautiful handmade quilt...God's love wrapping us close and holding us tight in His warmth...beautiful poem...and picture.

cindyhan111 said...

I really like this as a whole, picture, music and poetry. beautiful!!!

Girl In a Glass House said...

Your mediations are always beautiful. Last week I had my womens group re-write a Psalm of their choice into their own words, even inserting a present situation they were facing in place of the one that David was facing. God's Word can come alive in so many creative ways!