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Northern Lights

One of the blessings of being able to travel is the experience of some different things. This is the farthest north that I have been. As we were driving the other day, I realized that there might be the chance of seeing the northern lights (aurora borealis). I checked and it looked like there was a slight chance that we might see this amazing phenomena. But I also prayed, as I know that God controls the weather, and the space weather, and that He could send the northern lights. And, He did! It was a beautiful demonstration to me of how He answers small and seemingly insignificant requests like this.

Joseph

“The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork” (Psalms 19:1).

Fall Beauty

Fall Motion

Fall Leaves

When we were in Kirksville, MO this weekend, there were some beautiful maple trees that were beginning their annual process, a characteristic of deciduous trees–the process of dropping their leaves. These red maple trees were especially pretty in the area.

In Christ,
Joseph

“O Lord our Lord, how excellent is thy name in all the earth! who hast set thy glory above the heavens” (Psalms 8:1).

God’s Promise

Rainbow

As we were finishing our conference setup yesterday, a thunderstorm began to build in the area. One and three-quarters inches of rain fell in a little less than an hour. As the storm cleared, we saw a beautiful rainbow. I grabbed my camera and took several photos, but only as I was editing them, I noticed the double rainbow. They say, here in Texas that everything is bigger, and this was no exception. It so reminded me of God’s promise to mankind that He would never flood the earth again.

Joseph

I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth. . . And the bow shall be in the cloud; and I will look upon it, that I may remember the everlasting covenant between God and every living creature of all flesh that [is] upon the earth.” (Genesis 13:16)

Federal Way – 2/5/2010

We were blessed by an incredible couple of days in Edgewood, WA. I really enjoy this area of the country for a number of reasons: 1) I was born in the area, and 2) the scenery is incredible.
On Wednesday, the coordinators provided us with a delicious dinner of salmon and chicken. On Thursday, we were very grateful to meet a blog-reader. She graciously baked a fantastic dinner of tri-tip, green beans, mashed potatoes, and more  (thank you, Mrs. R.)
The conference went very well. Just as we were about to pack up, the rain started. It was nice, though, because it wasn’t very hard rain.
Joseph and Mrs. R.’s mom

Mom and Mrs. R.

In Christ Jesus,
Joseph