Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Word-Filled Wednesday

I've noticed the past week or so that the spiders are starting their autumn spinning. I almost walked through one like this a few days ago, but this is a photo I took last September. The spider's intricate web is one of those things that just makes me say, "Wow."


"O Lord, what a variety of things you have made! In wisdom you have made them all. The earth is full of your creatures. ... Every one of these depends on you to give them their food as they need it. When you supply it, they gather it. You open your hand to feed them, and they are satisfied." (Psalm 24, 27&28)


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10 comments:

  1. Beautiful picture and a great verse! Love it. Happy WFW!

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  2. I can't stand spiders but I have been so amazed at their webs. God is so good.

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  3. I'm not a big fan of spiders,but their webs do amaze me! Yes... a mighty wonder of this great world God created.

    Happy WFW!

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  4. Beautiful picture. We had a writing spider make it's home in our window once. The boys watched it constantly- spinning it's web when it rained, making the webbing and laying it's egg sack, catching other bugs and eating the other writing spider that tried to move in on it. It was a great unplanned lesson.

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  5. Thanks for sharing this WFW today. That web is weaved so well. There is no god like our God!

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  6. God is so awesome, bless you.

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  7. I've noticed this to in the last couple of weeks. Around here you definitely know when the season is turning cold because the big hairy ones start to move indoors *grin*, and they're definitely starting to make an attempt. YUCK! LOL.

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  8. Sorry this is off topic... but please pray for Marsha (drewsfamilytx). I imagine you've heard the news.

    I've added a Mr. Linky to my blog to "collect" all the specific blog posts of tributes, prayers and love in one place... so that it will be easier for Marsha to find in the days, weeks, and months ahead.

    If you know of any, please send them over. http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/Suzanne/581057/

    Thanks.

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  9. Something so ugly can make something so beautiful! Great picture and verse. Thank you for sharing. God bless.

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  10. Thanks for sharing, that is a great verse and awesome picture!

    Blessings!

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