Messages leaf by leaf

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FALL IS LIKE THE CRASH OF TIMPANI IN GOD’S ONGOING SYMPHONY… A SEASON OF HIS EXTRAVAGANT MESSAGES OF LOVE, PAINTED AND SCROLLED…IN…EACH…CRIMSON AND GOLD-TIPPED LEAF…

RESOUNDINGLY REMINDING, WOOING US TO HEAR —

CAN ANYTHING HE PREPARES FOR US BE ORDINARY?

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“…the Lord your God turned the curse into a blessing to you, because the Lord your God loves you.”

~ Deuteronomy 23:5 Amplified

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©   Pam Depoyan

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(Joining to Five Minute Friday word prompt of ‘ordinary’)

Friendship Friday    Faithful Friday Blog Hop Party: 4 blogs - 1 party   Scattering the Stones

Melissa at 31-Days  Fall Nesting linky party (be sure to hop over to her site and see all her gorgeous fall photos!)

   fall decorating inspiration

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27 Responses to Messages leaf by leaf

  1. Love it! God can transform anything!

  2. So true! Paying attention to the beauty of the seasons (and nature) especially crashes that cymbal for me. Thanks for writing today.

  3. Pam, you are writing! Praise God….though I know still how difficult it must be to type. But I love how the CAPS can sometimes indicate volume, and that you are raising the volume here on God’s creation, combinding the thunder of tympani with the beauty of color. Autumn really does resound exuberantly, doesn’t it? I must say, though, in St. Louis, I wish some cooler climes would come crashing upon us. It is still so unseasonably hot here. Love that you are posting. Praying for your full recovery!
    Love
    Lynn

    • well, i’m really using caps cuz it is so hard to shift with one finger to cap certain letters only. but i like your thought. hoped it didn’t look like screaming. wish i could really write but too hard, thanks 4 your prayers!

      • Yes, exactly. I knew why you were using caps, which is why I knew you were having such difficulty posting. That you are posting *at all* is truly amazing and shows your dedication. No, I know you are not screaming at us. 🙂 But I love that it could be seen as a “joyful shout” to the Lord for the glory of his autumn creation. I surely will continue to pray that you can go back to small letters soon, indicating your healing! He’s seeing you through.
        Love
        Lynn
        no need to respond.

  4. kaseyparr99 says:

    Autumn is such a lovely time of year. Beautiful words. Blessings, Kasey

  5. Mary says:

    Oh, that last question, Pam? That’s the one. He is that Great, that Creative – how could He plan anything “ordinary”?! Thank you so, so much for sharing. This made me smile. 🙂

  6. Hi Pam, thank you for your post. I am back blogging again, so please feel free to link-up if you would like to. I Love Autumn, it is slowly beginning to show here in England. You can certainly feel the chill in the air 🙂 Everything He does for us, everything that shows His glory, rings out perfect love across the world.

  7. Hannah B says:

    Love this! Nothing He does is ordinary.

  8. lolita says:

    Pam, Praise God for you. I miss you. One of my staff has resigned and the bulk of her job fell on me. I am smashed. What with all the IRS requirements landing on me.

    Anyway, I pray that God will strengthen me more because our company is making us multi-task.

    Hope you are well. I miss reading from you. I mostly peep on the emails whenever I can. Hayyyyyyyyy! TC, Lolita

  9. Hi Pam! I am coming over from Still Saturday.

    I love the last line of your prose: Can anything he prepares for us be ordinary? That made me chuckle out loud…God? Ordinary? No way!

    Fall is my favorite season, and it’s weather is a see-saw of cold and heat, the colors are so widely varied, the smells so homey. Yep, that sounds like our God.
    So lovely to meet you today!
    Ceil

  10. joanneviola says:

    Beautiful photo & thoughts on ordinary! And I love your 31 days topic too! Visiting from Saturday Linky Love this morning 🙂 Have a great weekend!

  11. So pretty, Pam. Fall is a slow process down here in the glades – much like life in our subtropical climate. It rarely arrives in a “crash”, but those of us who have lived here long can sense the subtle changes and welcome them as a gift. Thanks for linking to Still Saturday this weekend. May your weekend be blessed.

  12. Love the photo and the words to share. Truism fit right in there.

    Thanks!

  13. What a beautiful PRAISE to Fall Weather–how it changes our lives, feels as though our spirits “perk up” as mornings become Crisp with lower temperatures…

    Really enjoyed this Pam. The Lord is so pleased as you describe HIS work… Blessings, martha

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