A Moment with Our Creator: Psalm 16:11

“You make known to me the path of life; in Your presence there is fullness of joy; at Your right hand are pleasures forevermore.”

Psalm 16:11

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25 thoughts on “A Moment with Our Creator: Psalm 16:11

    1. For me, leaf piles are one of the beauties of deciduous trees. We had a large Ash tree in our backyard when our girls were younger. When it lost its leaves, we would rake them into a huge leaf pile. The girls would leap off their slide and down into the leaves with squeals of laughter. We even have a picture of a young Adi buried in the leaves with them. That said, I do appreciate the green of the evergreens and magnolias on dreary winter days.

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    1. Thank you, Gary. Your comment brought to mind a verse that simply popped off the page this week during my morning Psalms time- “May Your unfailing love be my comfort, according to Your promise to Your servant.” Psalm 119:76

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  1. Like Adi and Summer, I can see the path clearly and smell the crisp, pungent Fall air through the photo, Beth! Psalm 16 is, in part, woven into my daily prayers. Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving, you and your family, Beth! God Bless!

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    1. Oh, I’m so glad that you got to enjoy a favorite verse in photograph format. Little is missed by either dog. If you look closely to Adi’s left you’ll see a pond. Several mallard ducks are sitting on it which has Adi kept an eye on. Summer is much more interested in any squirrels that might scurry out in front of us.

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  2. Psalm 16:11–one of my favorite verses, Beth. Each of the three clauses offers much food for contemplation! And what a perfect photo accompaniment: the dogs appear to have found the path of life and are about ready to bound off toward fullness of joy and pleasures forevermore!

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    1. Thank you Nancy! You summed the dogs up beautifully. My favorite part of this verse is the last clause- “at Your right hand are pleasures forevermore.” It reminds me that at the Father’s right hand sits Jesus, and from Him comes such peace and joy.

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    1. I’ve missed you, Mary! What a delight to see your comment. It hurts my heart to think that during this time of silence, you’ve been facing disappointments and troubles! I’m so glad that through it all you had the Lord to lean into for wisdom and strength. I saw you have a new post and will be hopping over to read it soon. I hope you and your family have a lovely Thanksgiving. Sending hugs your way.

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