If you look closely enough, it’s always apparent.
But in the spring, there’s just no denying.
And He loves to indulge His children with His handiwork.
Somehow, even in the midst of this my 41st spring, He never fails to take my breath away.
after a season of seeming lifelessness.
In contrast to the muted and subdued colors of winter, the vibrant colors displayed in spring are a welcome harbinger of the warm days to come.
I love to witness the Creator of the Universe revealing His infinite creativity.
Down to the most minute detail.
When I’m in the midst of this season, His presence is so real. So tangible.
Everywhere I look, I am reminded of His goodness.
His infinite ability to make all things new.
Praising Him today and everyday.
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Just gorgeous, Stefanie. Spring is such a beautful reminder that through death…comes life!!
Your photos are gorgeous!
Love this post! Love the beauty that is so apparent in the spring. Love seeing God's handiwork. For many years I did not "see" it. So thankful I "see" it now!
Thank you Jesus!
Beautiful pics, Stefanie and a beautiful reminder of all that blesses us!!!!
Your photos of God's handiwork are lovely, and I always appreciate your insights. Happy Sunday!
I might have to link up to Sunday Snapshot and to Sunday's in my City…………There is a photo that I think would go well with this post because there is a cross in it…only my crappy skills at taking photos going 70mph down the highway….it didn't quite turn out as well as I would have liked…one day though…I'll make my husband stop the car so I can get a good shot. IT's awesome
dang i'm jealous of your yard– out in CO, we don't see a lot of green– and lush doesn't exist!
Tina Michelle says
Those are amazing pics! Great photog skills. My yard is not near that pretty, then again I am so not a gardener. Thanks for sharing!
Beautifully said Stephanie. And your photos are awesome….as is our God!
Have a great week.
Wow…beautiful! Thanks for the taste of spring. Hopefully in a few weeks we'll be joining you here. Love the reminder of new life!
Stephanie, these pictures are incredible, you never cease to amaze me!
Love your kiddos!!
Praising Him right along with you! He is making all things new!
Yes!! Praising Him for all of his handiwork!!
Speaking of which…girl, you need to publish this post of yours…what a beautiful little book this would make…the photos with the eloquent, accompanying text!!! Love it!!!
a Tonggu Momma says
I love spring… it reminds us all that God doesn't give up on us, ever.
I do love spring–probably because I'm not a huge fan of winter! But here in the Midwest, winter's sort of a given. For a southern girl like you, I have to imagine that a New England spring can feel like a long time in coming! Glad you were able to get out and enjoy it!
You certainly captured the wonder of this Season so perfectly in images and eloquently in words.
I have officially had 43 Springs and I can tell you that every single one still leaves me in complete and utter amazement…and I think they always will.
What a tremendous opportunity to realign ourselves with our passions, goals and faith and begin again.
We have so much to be thankful for.
Gorgeous images and such eloquent words to accompany them.
Yes, Spring…a time to remind us that even when we think there is only darkness comes rebirth.
Spring has always been a time for me to re-evaluate, move forward and let go.
I never tire of nature blooming and the incredible gift it is to us to be thankful for every little thing we have.
Spring is the best time of the year!!
Beautiful post, Stefanie!!!!
Beautiful pictures! I love springtime:) We ended our worship service w/"How Great Is Our God," yesterday, love it!
The pictures were beautiful, but the credit given to the Creator was even more so! Spring is God's yearly reminder that He loves us more than we can ever comprehend…