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Wednesday's Walk: worth the wait

View of Denali from Anchorage July 2010


  1. Love it and love the picture...very beautiful! Thanks for linking up. Oh and I really like your patriotic background, fun!

  2. That is a beautiful shot...with the mountain shadow in the background and the darker clouds and ground. Great job! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

  3. Great scripture. I'm waiting...

  4. I am so waiting for the day the Lord shall return... but until then I hope to see places as gorgeous as where this photo was taken!

  5. It will certainly come and we should always be ready! Beautiful photo as well!

    Thanks for linking up with Scripture & a Snapshot this week! :)

  6. Patience is not really my strong suit. Sometimes I need reminders like this that God's time is never wrong, I just need to wait for it.

  7. Lovely photo! Habakkuk is a wonderful book--studied it last year and really heard a lot from the Lord.


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