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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Inspired by... the Master's hand

 

What do you notice first about people? Their hair maybe, or their eyes? A friend of mine always used to comment on peoples teeth. And I had another friend with a shoe fetish who always noticed what people were wearing on their feet!

I tend to notice hands.

 

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Nearly everything we do, we do with our hands. Think of the significance of that fact.  Something we I take for granted every day has such a significant impact in my life. In the lives of others.

I think I just found another word to add to my Grateful board: Hands

 

Thank you, Lord, for my hands. And for the hands of others that touch my life.

 

My dad's hands.

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A Mother's hands.

Kristy

 

My Pastor's hands.

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My friend's hands.

Margo

 

My Savior's hands.

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You know there's many a man with his life out of tune,
Battered and scared with sin and he’s auctioned cheap,
To a thankless world much like that old violin,
Oh, but then the Master comes,
And that old foolish crowd they never understand,
The worth of a soul and the change that is wrought,
Just by one touch of the Masters hand.

 

Whose hands are you thankful for today?

 

Blessings,

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Song credit: The Touch of the Master's Hand by Wayne Watson

My dad's hands photo recipe: Layer one- screen blend; layer two- Kim's autumnburst texture, multiply mode 42%; layer three – Kim's seriousmagic texture, screen blend 100%

A Mother's hands photo recipe: texture layer, Kim's reversettvframe, screen blend 100%

 

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6 comments:

  1. I love your post. The simplicity of the subject and the words are so touching. When I see photos of hands I think of all the things that we do with our hands and without them we could not touch or feel. Beautiful.

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  2. We were thinking alike! : )

    Very moving post and wonderful pictures of hands -- I never really thought about it before, but yes, I am very grateful to have hands.

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  3. One of my all time favorite songs! There is much to be grateful in hands; I love holding the hands of my family--my eleven year old son will even still hold hands. Such a simple way to say you matter and I care.

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  4. .. it's pretty easy for me. I am always thankful for my husband's hand that holds mine. :) nice post! thank you for stopping by!
    Mira

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  5. This was beautiful - those hands in the last picture are what my life is worth living for.

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