Good Old Days Cheryl Grey Bostromaging, bible verses, country living, god in nature, god's truth, guidance, identity, landscape photography, nature photography, nature's beauty, truth, wisdomBible wisdom, early mist, Ecclesiastes 7, good old days, late summer, looking back, pnw, sunrise4 Comments Summer’s soft exit. . “Say not, ‘Why were the former days better than these?’ For it is not from wisdom that you ask this.” —Ecclesiastes 7:10 Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailMoreLinkedInTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Lovely,this is my season ,the trees,smells,colours in the sky and colours on the trees
But it is hard not to think of the good old days when it was the season of a wedding 47 years ago and 11years ago a death
Scripture,not always easy!
I actually thought of your heart when I came across this scripture, Tena. It’s a verse I’d never lingered on before and frankly, it surprised me. But isn’t God so wise? I thought of all I’ve missed in the present when longing for and with eyes only on the good old days. Hard as it is, I’ll let them softly pass.
I’m Like Tena, I love All That Fall Brings Us . But I Live In The Good Old Days In My Mind Too. North To Alaska! With Your Grandparents And Earl. So Many Many Wonderful Memories.
I sure understand, Joni. Those memories are treasures.