I've never seen the sun's rays flowing upwards before, have you?  I   thought they only flowed downwards and sideways.  


Veronica Lee said...

Beautiful captures, GGG! I've never seen the sun rays flowing upwards either!

Marie said...

Great pictures! xxoo

RCUBEs said...

I've seen it one time when the dark clouds were so huge and the rays were behind it, shooting upward...as I was driving home from work where I am currently going through a huge battle against those in power.

The sight gave me hope and encouragement as if the Lord was telling me, "See! You thought you were going through a tough and dark time...You didn't know...I'm here all the way..."

God bless you sister. Those are awesome shots that brought me back to that day. Thank you.

valerie said...

Oh the power of God! How beautiful!

Grammy Staffy said...

How beautiful. Nothing is more beautiful than God's handiwork.
I've enjoyed also reading your last post. It is so true.... with God and Jesus as our pilots we have to know we are in good hands.

There have been a few times that I have wished things had turned out differently for me and I had been called home rather than face this... but in my worst moments I have realized that my pain and suffering gives me a little tiny glimps into better understanding how our dear Jesus suffered for us because he loves us.
I am just along for the ride and have faith that my heavenly pilots are guiding my life and my soul.
Thank you for your sweet comments and words of encouragement. I know that it is love and prayers that are supporting me.
hugs, Lura

Jan's Blog said...

Thank you visiting my blog. Lura is such a dear and I'm so glad that she has you and Marie and all the lovely ladies that hold her up each day to see God in the clouds you've captured here. I was so blessed the day I found her blog and became her friend. And then, to actually move into her city and church was a miracle. I love her, and I love you for loving her!!!

Grammy Staffy said...

Hello again dear,
I got a lovely card from you today by snail mail. How nice to get a sweet greeting from you. I have had trouble getting into my email here at the hospital but since you told me that you sent me e-cards I am going to try again. Thank you for thinking of me and being my friend. Hugs, Lura