Friday, December 21, 2012

The Old Leaning Barn

The Old Leaning Barn. A QUALITY TIME POST

MQTlogoa #6 COUNT DOWN TO 500TH BLOG POST..AMAZING..A Barn Charm & Spiritual Sunday post and some thoughts that came in an email.


“Lord, prop us up on our leanin' side.”


joetoddsays  Like the barn I've withstood a lot of life's storms. I've withstood a lot of bad weather in life, I've withstood a lot of hard times, and I'm still standing too. But I find myself leaning to one side from time to time, so I like to ask the Lord to prop us up on our leaning side, 'cause I figure a lot of us get to leaning at times.


Sometimes we get to Leaning toward anger

DSC_0001 Sometimes we get to Leaning toward bitterness


Sometimes we get to Leaning  toward hatred


Sometimes we get to Leaning toward cussing


Sometimes we get to Leaning toward a lot of things that we shouldn't.


So we need to pray, “Lord, prop us up on our leaning side, So we will stand straight and tall again, To glorify the Lord.'' I don’t know about you but I’ve done a lot of leaning in my life but not so much anymore. Actually, I’ve been able to help with some propping and I attribute that ability to prayers like this and GRACE.

DSC_0009 Sometimes major rebuilding,do over,mulligan needs to be done and I am reminded of the story of  The Apostle Saul/  Paul ….

DSC_0015A Thought For Today “Keep your head up and eyes straight ahead”


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Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Great series Joe. Good thoughts well illustrated.

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Great post, Joe Todd... Love those pictures of you and Linda in your header.

YES--we definitely need God in our lives to help us stand straight --and not lean on bitterness, hatred and anger...

Great 'leaning' barn!!!!

Merry Christmas.

June said...

You touched me deeply with these thoughts. Thanks, Joe.

Brenda said...

Enjoyed your pictures and your illustration. I enjoy taking pictures of barns.

TONY LETTS said...

Nothing wrong with that barn that a lick of paint won't fix :)

Anonymous said...

Wonderful prayer! The barn is fantastic & I'd sure like to get inside & explore, tho, I'm not sure it's safe! =0
I'm taking a break from posting Barn Charm & Watery Wednesday this week, but you can like up this post Jan 7th. Thank you for thinking of Barn Charm, though, much appreciated! =)

Whitesnake said...

Steeped in history me thinks!

SandyCarlson said...

I enjoyed this very much. Those leaning barns are amazing.

Merry Christmas, Joe!

A Colorful World said...

Fabulous post! So, so wise!!!! And wonderful pictures! Hope you two had a wonderful, very blessed Christmas!

Tanya Breese said...

beautiful photos with the wonderful post!

Nell at njschout said...

Wonderful, rustic old barn!

Small City Scenes said...

I am leaning towards sadness when I see this old treasure. MB

Betsy said...

Wonderful post.

Sally in WA said...

Thoughtful post, great pictures.