WFW – I will pour my Spirit upon your offspring

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For I will pour water on the thirsty land, and streams on the dry ground;
I will pour my Spirit upon your offspring, and my blessing on your descendants.
Isaiah 44:3

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God Bless!

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There are very few rules, in fact the beauty of this ministry is the creative expression that God reveals Himself thorough. We marvel at the creativity that participants post with this meme. We encourage the ” post behind the picture,” or the reflections that many of the participants share. We ask that non-biblical resources not be used.

WFW is not about books, authors, artists.. it’s about God and HIS WORD ONLY. WFW is about celebrating the gift of creativity through God’s Word.

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Amydeanne

A sinner saved by the grace of a merciful God who loves me and you so very much. When not found @ ICDevo's you'll find her reading books, writing quotes, or creating graphics for her blog @ the160acrewoods.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ {{{Let your light shine before men so they may see your good works and priase your father in heaven. Matt. 5:16}}}

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  1. Blessings Amydeanne… Perfect photo/picture for this verse! This scene is so beautiful and peaceful! I am so thankful that in Isaiah the Lord promised to pour out water so that when I thirst, I know His Spirit will quench that insatiable desire. The beauty of knowing that the dry land will have streams of His living water… speaks to me and I’m blessed to know that is passes on from generation to the next… but so does a curse (which means it must be broken and cut off at the root)! Many blessings upon you and your descendants in 2011; rivers overflowing in abundance to produce good fruit…

    Love, peace and JOY
    Peggy

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  2. Such a peaceful picture. The water looks so refreshing and calm. As someone who lives in the desert, that verse holds a very strong word-picture for me. I am so grateful for that living water.

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  3. What a wonderful promise and beautiful photograph. Happy WFW!

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  4. Wow! Wow! Wow!!! What a great word for today Amy…the graphics are a-ma-zing (you always do a fantastic job!) and the words…so.right.on! Great job! ~ Melissa

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  5. What gorgeous coloring in that photo! And I love the focus on God’s encouraging words “I WILL”
    Thank you for such an uplifting Word-Filled Wednesday – such a lovely way to start the day!

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  6. Just beautiful, Amydeanne. Very uplifting. Thanks!

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  7. Both of us in Isaiah this week! 🙂 Whew…this just goes so well with mine. We don’t KNOW, but we KNOW HE WILL!

    Awesome WORD!
    Love you!
    lori

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  8. What a wonderful verse and beautiful picture to go along with it! Happy WFW!

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  9. Wow! Great photo! Where was this taken?

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  10. in British Columbia Sarah! Rocky Mountains

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  11. Leaving in the desert, I sincerely appreciate water. Poured out water is precious, especially when it flows from the Lord.

    Thank you for your great post,
    Janis

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