Sunday, February 16, 2014

"Heavenly Sunlight"

An old hymn "Heavenly Sunlight" came to mind yesterday as we walked outdoors.      

The chorus begins with " Heavenly sunlight, heavenly sunlight, Flooding my soul with glory divine."




My soul certainly needed flooded with some of that glorious sunshine.














I think these two were in need of it too.











Ever notice that when the sun is shining life takes on a different perspective. It makes us look up and rejoice.   I know I did.    Hope you will too.



Have a wonderful Sunday evening!   God bless.

21 comments:

  1. We've had so much sun here this winter that I rejoice when it rains. I suppose that we all get tired of what comes easily. Have a wonderful week.

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  2. Yes it has been so wonderful to have sunshine after the snowy days, its an instant mood lifter. Your dogs look so cute, are they carrying that stick together? They look like they get along so well :)
    Hope you have a wonderful week,
    Jenni

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  3. The sunshine does feel so good! We had a bit earlier and now back to clouds and a bit of snow. Hope you are having fun with the pups! ~ Diane

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  4. Lovely photos. The sun (and an old hymn) always makes one feel better.

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  5. The sun is so glorious, I think I'm beginning to like the slush is makes out of snow.
    The dogs both at the branch is an adorable photo.
    Have a great week with sunshine!

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  6. I always love seeing those beautiful German Shepards !
    You have a lovely evening too.

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  7. Gorgeous, Debbie. Enjoy your evening.

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  8. Love the sunshine...love the dogs...love the view and I love this blog and all it stands for.
    Blessing, dear Debbie.

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  9. What a lovely post Debbie.... Your German Shepards are beautiful!
    Enjoy your evening,
    blessings,
    Penny

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  10. I'm not rejoicing about the sunshine...after months and months of no rain, drought conditions, bone-dry rivers and creeks, and high fire danger here in the Southern California mountains, I'm sick of sunshine, but I sure would be rejoicing if it were raining or snowing. But I'm so happy that you're getting sun, Debbie! Too much of anything is never good, I guess.

    Lots of sunny blessings,

    Victoria

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  11. I am so glad you look up for me, Debbie. Sometimes I get so mired in the slough of despair (Pilgrim's Progress) that I forget to do so. Your sunshine made me happy this morning.

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  12. Oh yes, the sun makes a huge difference in our attitude ...really looking forward to seeing it more often :-)) Have a nice week.

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  13. This is exactly what I was thinking yesterday... after a long season of grey days the sun is the best attitude adjustment. I hope you continue to have sun this week. Bonnie

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  14. Our weekend was filled with rain and high winds. So I really enjoyed your photos. Looks like the pups were having a ball. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. It is nice to finely see the sun!! You can't help but smile!!

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  16. This post certainly brought sunshine to my day.

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  17. Hi Debbie, I've always enjoyed the sunshine but the older I have become the more of it I enjoy!!! Looking forward to sunshine this week (even tho we may have bad weather thurs) But we know the BEST sunshine of all is having SONSHINE in our hearts!! Blessings and a wonderful week~~~~give your doggies a big hug from me! Roxie

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  18. Just looking at the sunshine in your photo's makes me feel better :)

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  19. Debbie, We always sang it as "Heavenly Sunshine", I could "hear" it as I read your lyric and the memory of a little girl in Sunday School Choir flooded my mind! That was sweet. Don't those dogs just love the snow! Ours do too.

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  20. It was so nice to see the sunshine and feel its warmth yesterday. I think I can bear the snow if the sun shines. Enjoy!

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  21. ...yes the sun always makes a difference, so nice to see your dog playing together, when our other collie was still alive, she and Kiz would hang on to opposite ends of a stick and tug like mad things, grumbling away all the time. But as soon as one let go, the other would pick up the stick and start to tease the the other one, so fun to watch...

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