March 12, 2010

Fingerprint Friday

Monday I showed my family writing Scripture.
On the floor of our new church building.
I haven't been able to get the experience
out of my mind this week.
So, here's some of my church family writing Scripture.
On the floor of our new church building.
I love that Scripture speaks to people of all ages.
And all walks of life.
Our pastor.I didn't get to see this one written.
Wish I would have.
It was written by an older gentleman.
He put his and his wife's initials.
I wonder how long they have claimed that verse.
This one was written at the foot of the stage.It made me cry.
In humility.
In awe.
In excitement for the future with my Jesus.

Each week Beki at therustedchain hosts Fingerprint Friday and uses a song by Steven Curtis Chapman as a springboard. Join in. It's a great way to be reminded of God's presence.


Lindsay Thomas said...

Oh gosh. I'm almost speechless. That was so powerful. Thank you SO much for sharing this. Wow.

Graceful Moments said...

That is so wonderful! It moved me to tears.
Our church did the same thing. We came to the church afterwards so we didn't get to participate but I love to think about all those verses and names under our feet where we worship. We are excited that we will be able to participate when we do the same in our new children's church and gymnasium.

Rosebud Collection said...

What a beautiful thing to do and so touching. Just lovely.
Happy Fingerprint Friday.

artsyclay said...

Wow, just wonderful! There's an old hymn about "standing on the word of God." Literally true in your church!

Lisa said...

Beautiful Blog :-)

Carol said...

How truly touching and beautiful. It took my breath away. Powerful. Moving. Godly~

Anonymous said...

Love it! I grew up in your church and I'm so glad to see that even though the building was destroyed the church wasn't! Also love to see the windows and light fixtures...reminds me of the old building!

Beki - TheRustedChain said...

Tears and goosebumps.

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