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by Susan

Tonight my post is simple. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. I offer you Valter, our beloved son-in-law with Timothy Valor, when he was just a few minutes old. It's hard to believe Tim-bit will soon be celebrating his first birthday.

I hope you can put yourself in that picture. And see in Valter's eyes the way our Father looks at you...
The Lord your God is with you, he is mighty to save. He will take great delight in you. He will joy over you with singing... Zephaniah 3:17


Julie said…
My favourite verse, I will think of the picture you present here from now on as I meditate on this verse. Thank you Susan for sharing
Marilyn said…
Thanks for the reminder about this verse! You bumped up my joy level going into the day...energized me!
Belinda said…
And you brought a smile to my lips this morning. Thank you for this.:)God uses simple things.
Ithought it was funny to see 'by Susan' under the picture of your son-in-law ... but other than than, I loved the photo and the verse which followed.
Susan said…
Dave, my name is in that particular spot because a certain princess mucked around with the editing feature without giving me a tutorial first and I couldn't get those words to move to where they should have been for the life of me... (The royalty around here has no idea what the poor serfs have to go through!)

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