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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Word-Filled Wednesday – Hebrews 11:32-34


Sponsored by Amydeanne at The 160-Acre Woods, the "purpose of Word-filled Wednesday is to share God’s word through photo’s & a verse.



And what more shall I say?
I do not have time to tell about Gideon,
Barak, Samson, Jephthah, David,
Samuel and the prophets,
who through faith conquered kingdoms,
administered justice, and gained what was promised;
who shut the mouths of lions,
quenched the fury of the flames,
and escaped the edge of the sword;
whose weakness was turned to strength;
and who became powerful in battle
and routed foreign armies.
Hebrews 11:32-34

In Hebrews 11 the apostle Paul presents a long line of heroes of the faith – they all considered God’s word substantial enough to act upon it. Therefore, they are our examples to follow.

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10 comments:

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

What a hero should be.

Laurie Ann said...

I love reading about the heroes of faith! Happy WFW!

Anita said...

Hebrews 11 has always been one of my favorite chapters! Thank you for sharing this today... as you know, my faith has been tested continuously for the last year!

Tracy said...

I love that chapter of the Bible - especially because it shows me that even the heroes of faith were flawed people, just like me. God is good! Wonderful post, thanks for sharing. Blessings!

Debbie in CA : ) said...

I love this heroic reminder. thanks!

I've been away from regular blogging for a while and was amazed when I popped in for a visit to see how prolific you are! Beautiful pics. I swoon over blue and white -- my house brims with it. Thanks for sharing so much beauty. It perked up my day.

Denise said...

I enjoyed this sweetie.

Mokihana said...

I love your WFW!! The clock face adds so much to the verse. Thank you!

Rebecca said...

I love that verse illustration!

Amydeanne said...

what an interesting verse! Thanks for sharing it!

ellen b. said...

Wonderful! I love how you illustrated this...