Sunday, October 9, 2016

Farmer's Faith Declared in a Hay Field....for InSPIREd Sunday

 
Usually I post a photo of four walls and a roof top
...a place of worship.
 
I've had this photo for awhile,
occasionally pondering whether or not to post it.
 
The faith and commitment, of this family, reminds me of a song
 we sang in vacation bible school....so many years ago.
 
"This little light of mine, I'm going to let it shine
This little light of mine, I'm going to let it shine
Hide it under a bushel, no!
I'm going to let it shine"
 
Meggie Mac
 
 
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18 comments:

  1. i'm guessing it's a train pulling along machine ( ;
    neat idea

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    1. http://hike2forty.blogspot.com/2016/10/108-inspired-sunday.html
      forgot to give ya a direct link to mine. ( ;

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    2. Thanks, Beth...like your church post with the red doors

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  2. Great sign. Fantastic pictures, Maggie.
    Greetings from Poland.
    Lucja

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    1. Thanks for your comment....your photos are wonderful!

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  3. Jus ta simple way to share the good book with others.

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    1. I think that is what the family had in mind....

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  4. Love it and it's true. Have a good Sunday. Visiting from InSPIREd Sunday...

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    1. Thanks for your continued support of my blog...

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  5. Well that is different to see on an old railway waggon

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    1. I had no idea it was a railway wagon...it does have a great paint job on it!

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    1. Thanks Michelle....wishing you the same.

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  7. And why not?! Better than advertising detergent or smart phones and a more altruistic motive. Though it does remind me of a piece of graffiti that was quite common to see a few years back - under 'Jesus saves', people wrote 'Pope scores off the rebound' - which I always found mildly amusing. And I confess I still occasionally listen to The Seekers' version of 'This Little Light of Mine' - but don't tell anyone, will you?

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    1. I appreciate you humor....and of course, your comments. May I remind all my readers to take a look at your blog. You write about the most interesting history, interjecting some of your humor to the posts.

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