God's relentless love--so grateful for this. So grateful for your gift.
Praying for you sweet friend. I've been pulled after a lot of wandering about, not excited...but I'm glad God doesn't get his feelings hurt, because I NEEDED Him.
Me too, JoAnn. Me too. Love you, friend.
jodi, this is beautiful. full, expecting.i love the image of heart as tulip in his house/doorframe, but, too, the relentless pull that all we go thru has as its obligation to center us back to him.
a beautiful picture of resurrection...and yes it happens...and He holds no grudges in grace...
The reference to tulips is interesting to me, because I thought of Renoir when I saw your painting. The child has a look of wistful waiting. Is she waiting for some discipline, which, while just, is not pleasant? Or maybe she's just thinking about being a tulip...
what a minister these words are ... i needed this today.
Hupomone :-)This little word you shared with us when you first joined Imperfect Prose has helped me so much. May you be filled with hope and endurance Jodi!
JodiYour painting is superb, it reminds me of a Flemish Style from one of the old masters, beautiful words, interesting to note you choose a tulip for a heart, they are a short lived spring time flower, but one of the first to herald in spring. Carpe Diem,Joanny
stunning.and what you said to me Jodi.How can I thank you?I so cried. Thank you ,love to always deb
another gorgeous painting... like a tulip in the doorway... i love your way, jodi. xo
Your words and painting are so stirring. The little girls eyes seem to say I trust you...hold me.
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