As I was cleaning the house Sunday afternoon and listened to this song, me and the Shepherd spoke. How could you be on the mountain and yet in the valley with me? Foolish question maybe, but it was still a human child's question. Then I began to remember that a Shepherd when watching a flock of sheep will usually find a high vantage point so that he can overlook the sheep and from that vantage point He can see all the sheep and any wild beast trying to sneak in to harm them. The Shepherd can also see if one of the sheep are trying to wander onto a certain path and he can see where the path leads. If the path has danger ahead the Shepherd will then go down and lead that sheep back to where He wants the lamb to go.
Monday, February 14, 2011
What a funny little valentine I have! He is full of a great love, a quite love. A love that is soo slow to fine fault and quick find love. That funny, little smile and those words that are quick to tease and find fun and slow to find angry and hate. Words can never quite do justice to how I feel toward you and I love you just doesn't seem like enough to say. So heavenly daddy can you whisper to my husbands heart and tell him in words that only you can form how much his wife loves him. Amen
To my sweet, sweet babbo from your sweet babbooette.
Posted by Kimberly at 10:08 PM