Tuesday, June 23, 2009

All Things Bright and Beautiful

I wrote as one of my One Thousand Gifts, and thought I'd share it here.
Every morning, after my homeroom students leave, I spend a few minutes preparing my heart for the day. I read a passage or two and I turn the page of my desk calendar to think on the little devotional quote.
Last Thursday was such a busy day at school, I was never able to read the quote for June 18.
That evening, while relaxing after work, I visited a fellow blog writer, Cathy, from Tales of the TCKK Family.
She posted about her favorite praise songs. It started me thinking of my fav's. I even Googled song titles so that I could remember as many as possible. One of the websites I found had 6 videos of special songs and an all time favorite of mine: All Things Bright and Beautiful. I shared my favorite title in Cathy's comments.
Here is Hayley Westenra singing it:


The next day, Friday, I had another very full day... proctoring finals, grading more papers, posting grades... and because it was fairly cool in my second floor classroom...I took advantage and cleaned until 5pm. I locked up, and was about to grab all my bags... when I saw my daily calendar.
I went over and reread June 17 and flipped to 18. Tears and laughter spontaneously flowed ~ as it was a verse to All Things Bright and Beautiful!

God, you are so cute! That was just cute and sweet.

I am Humbled by your personalized greeting!

Other personalized greetings:
At the Potter's House
and

8 comments:

Farmgirl Cyn said...

He knows how many hairs are on each of our heads! He amazes me! To know Him is to love Him.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Fantastic Video !! Great..Unseen Rajasthan

TCKK said...

Thank you for sharing this. So beautiful. Isn't God just so amazing!! I love it when He shows us He's even working in the little things.

Amanda said...

mom, that's so cute! and amazing!

Reet said...

aw how cute :-)

Barb said...

These mysterious coincidences are what make life so fascinating! I'm also a teacher (retired) and my best friend, Mar, who is visiting me briefly from AZ is also a retired teacher. I guess we're all kindred spirits!

Ann said...

I came to your site via Skywatch. Congrats.

I like that big red cloud.

I am very surprised that you listen to Hayley. New Zealanders find it very hard to break into the American market.

Mary said...

Very beautiful! Loved it!