The worst thing that could happen now is that I’d have a Job moment where I lost everyone and everything I love. Job lost his children, his cattle and his wealth all in the same day. His friends were unsympathetic. They accused him of sin. He broke out in boils and sores and was treated like a leper. To make matters worse Job’s wife was bitter and demanded that he curse God and die.
Sky, light, water and trees combine to make a picture divine
Swirling, beaming, waving and swinging
In time to the music emanating from the Master’s brush
Together beautiful, powerful, force of nature, each unique
I took my camera and went to see what I could see. This beautiful creation was just ahead of me.
From my Mama’s back yard and onto my cards. It soothes the souls of many. This photo gives me plenty. Memories of joy and love. From the hands of God above. The only one that looks this blue. From my Mama’s back yard, to encourage you.
Sickness, suffering a medication nation.
Such misery and death befalls creation.
Pills and elixirs, shots and tests.
Seeking yet finding no cures or rest.
Poverty stricken can’t afford the physicians.
Is there something we’re all missing?
The balm in Gilead is still here.
Master healer calls all to come near.
He has the medicine, He is the cure.
His motives not money, His healing is sure.
He works on our bodies from head to toe.
When he operates our sickness is no more.
His hand is steady. His method is precise.
He speaks the words, and the Father will suffice.
The Father, the Spirit, the Lord in control.
Cuts out the poisons residing in our souls.
Trust the prescriptions given by the maker.
His good medicine will cure and not fake you.
No trial, guinea pig, or investigation needed.
Whatever the disease the Lord can treat it.
No thousand years to find the right mix.
He has the power, the permanent fix.
Come to the physician, believe that He can.
Stop being a sick, crippled, medicated land.
You encourage me to encourage you
Through words, pictures, and stories too.
Heartfelt, uplifting glimmers of light
Encourage us to be happy and bright.
I love making others laugh. Laughter is one of the best gifts God has given us. It warms the heart and blesses the soul. Like medicine, it cures the blues and sweeps away the trivial trash and troubles from our weary minds. Laughter is contagious. Everyone needs a good laugh everyday. I hope to encourage you to laugh, to sing, and to be joyous. You encourage me to encourage you.
-Denise L. Huckaby