Friday, 3 December 2010

My Thoughts are for Israel



Noah's Ark













The convenant of my peace shall not be removed"...Isaiah 54: 10.

13 comments:

Marina said...

I can see that everything is white there too! So much snow is rare for us! Imagine that my daughters thought that school might close because of the snow cause that's what happens in Greece with less snow!!!

Arkansas Patti said...

Amen Wil. Those fires are really bad. Israel is too small to lose so many acres and such a dreadful death toll.

Marina said...

I'm not telling you my wishes from today! But I would like to know what do you celebrate on St Nicolas day cause Belgians celebrate this day too, as the Santa(?)... We -orthodox- celebrate St Nicolas (Agios Nikolaos) as the protector of the ships and the sailors.

Brenda said...

Praying for rain and for healing for all injured people there. I have to say though that I love your header photo. You always share such beautiful photos Wil.

Marina said...

Thank you for the useful information! I always like to learn things, especially when they consern the country I live at!
I've just heard for Israel at the news...Thank God many countries are helping, among them Greece! I hope they'll stop the fire soon...

Kay said...

My thoughts are also for Israel right now. This is so scary. I haven't read or seen the news yet whether everthing has been contained or not.

Vicki Lane said...

Forest fires are so frightening. I hope this one is under control by now.

Wil, I'm posting about COCKATOO on my blog tomorrow.

Arija said...

Being personally acquainted with major forest fires, so are mine.

Dina said...

Thank you, dear Wil.

George said...

I also hope and pray that the fires are soon under control. Your header photo is stunning!

Marina said...

Happy Birthday to you
Happy Birthday to you
Happy Birthday to Wil
Happy Birthday to you!!!
All the happiness of the world in your arms, all the love in your heart, all your beloved around you!!!

SandyCarlson said...

Wow. Beautiful. Thank you.

jeannette said...

Beautiful art piece Wil, because it takes considerable skill to cut the round pieces of glass in this "glas-in-lood"! Love the Scripture you provided.