Monday, November 22, 2010


the light shines in the darkness
and the darkness has not overcome it
—john 1:5

15 comments:

B. Meandering said...

That's an incredible picture.
I'm praying.

deb said...

oh, Leslie
I think of you always.
(I've had some kind of virus for the past few days... I cannot imagine getting to the other side of chronic pain over and over. you humble me)

S. Etole said...

I saw that same moon last night ... and that same Light.

Joyce said...

a beautiful photo with a great message. no matter how dark things may seem, stay focus ahead and low there will be light. xo

Jodi said...

This is the second gorgeous moon photo I've seen in blog land today. Thank you for the scripture; I need to ponder it. Mom's not doing well at all.

Elizabeth said...

It could be my moon in my backyard. I love that -- we're all lit in the darkness.

Beautiful.

Kay L. Davies said...

What an amazing photograph to illustrate those beautiful words from the book of John.
Leslie, my girl, you have a gift, and I'm so happy to see that your joy in that gift outweighs the sorrow of your health problems. Very proud of you.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

LauraX said...

Stunning photo Leslie...and the scripture is perfect! Beautiful my dear, beautiful!

ELK said...

that is a comfort . yes

Laura said...

Beautiful photo, and a true, true Word. Lovely.

Francesca said...

Amazing moonlight in the darkness.

Noelle Renee said...

What a glorious November moon. Those amber clouds surrounding do look a bit ominous it is true, but Leslie they are incredible. What an eye you have. I do know that verse. It is very hopeful and beautiful. Amazing photo and very beatiful words to accompany.
xo,
Noelle

Debbie D. said...

Stunning photo.
And if John hadn't penned those words so very many years ago, they would have sprung from your own heart!

Misty said...

as one who is not overcome (despite darkness creeping in), i pray this prayer for you and with you (and for me). we are not abandoned. we are not destroyed. we are in jars of clay so that He will be glorified in us.
no, no, the darkness does not overwhelm us.

Rick said...

Words of hope. They go well with your photo !