Friday, June 29, 2012

my heart is heavy...

enjoying a gorgeous and warm Michigan summer...


garden is producing...


children are growing...


I am not thrilled with the way our country is heading...


But I am not surprised as the writing was already on the wall, in the word..


I will continue to fight the good fight...


I know who holds my future...


How about you?

10 comments:

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

Amen, my friend, Amen!

Dawn said...

I was just writing something similar in my journal today.

hron said...

Thank you for having the courage to express what I, and many of my friends, are feeling about the direction in which this country is heading. Christ even gave us examples of how to live (or die) in a society that doesn't reflect our beliefs. God Bless.

Sherry in MI said...

Justice Roberts said: ”It’s not our job to protect the people from the consequences of their political choices.”

Um, yeah . . . which is why I take my responsibility as a voter VERY seriously! Scary!

Ginger said...

Things really are scary... but as you said we must trust in God. Thats all we can do! I have a lot of reasons to be worried about the healthcare changes.... but then again so do we all, whether facing a medical crisis at the moment or not. Its even more of a reason to pray and trust in Him!

Joannah Labrador said...

Ang, you've got to read this article by Pastor Jack Kelley. He's a favorite of mine. He posted it the Satruday prior to the SCOTUS decision. Great timing!

http://gracethrufaith.com/ikvot-hamashiach/cognitive-dissonance/

Vickie said...

Yes ma'am - I DO know. It's hard not to worry, but we know from whence our help comes!

April said...

I am scared what kind of United States and world my children and grandchildren and on down the line will be living it....

Deb said...

Canning and canning, green beans, october beans,vegetable soup, tomatoes, thankful for all of it, it is hot , in the 100s.

Deb said...

Canning and canning, green beans, october beans,vegetable soup, tomatoes, thankful for all of it, it is hot , in the 100s.

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