Tuesday, May 6, 2008


Faith is like a radar that sees through the fog --
the reality of things at a distance that the human eye cannot see.
Corrie Ten Boom

Trevose Lighthouse in a Storm, Cornwall, UK by David Clapp
Trevose Lighthouse in a Storm, Cornwall, UK

The smallest seed of faith

is better than the largest fruit of happiness.
Henry David Throeau

Man Holds Soybean Seeds in his Hands by Joel Sartore
Man Holds Soybean Seeds in his Hands

Faith is to believe what you do not see;

The reward of this faith is to see what you believe.
Saint Augustine
Sacred Trust by Rudi Reichardt
Sacred Trust

The principal part of faith is patience.

George MacDonald

Orchid Buds by Dana Sohm
Orchid Buds
pictures courtesy of
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Mike Golch said...

I always enjoy my visits here and to listen to Greensleeves,One of my favorite songs.
I even found it being played on a Hammered Dulicmer.

Beverly said...

Ahhhhh .... beautiful pictures and beautiful quotes. Blessings to you!

MYSTI said...

I needed to read this tonight. Thank you for the reminder.

Blessings and hugs

Hailey's Beats and Bits said...

hello mimi. hope you are fine. hope you can drop by my blog! thanks for the visits.

Sharon said...

What a great post. I love the part about having the patience that goes along with faith.

Happy Tuesday, Sharon

Lille meg said...

Beautiful pictures and beautiful music!
Thank you for the words about faith.
Bless you!

maranatha777 said...

Absolutely beautiful!!! Kate

Me said...

beautiful wisdom that we always need to be reminded of...

Jodi said...

Great "faith" quotes. Perfect match on the pictures!

Daughter of the King said...

oh another great post with beautiful pictures...

Maxine said...

Beautiful, beautiful. Lord, give me more faith is all I can say to this.

Sharon L Goemaere said...

You have been officially tagged by me Mimi!Stop by my blog if you want to join in the fun!Love~Sharon

Linnet's Nest said...

I like greensleeves too, I have it in my song list somewhere being sung by Loreena McKennit. It's one of the oldest popular folk songs...legend has it Henry VIII wrote it for Anne Bolelyn...but you probably know all that.

I loved the quotes, they're wonderful. I've been very 'quoty' recently on my blog. There are some very wise people in the world.

Hugs and blessings.

Jan Parrish said...

I love that eagle. I may have to order some of these for my newly renovated walls. Thanks for the great post.

Dawn said...

I am hopelessly behind! What lovely posts I have caught up on - you do such a beautiful job. I don't usually have my sound on, but am glad I did today!