Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Lead Me, Lord . . .

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
~Robert Frost~


Your plans for me are perfect;
I never need to fear,
For though at times I feel alone
I know that you are near.
My heart just longs to follow;
I'm willing to obey.
Take my hand and lead me;
I will follow all the way.
~Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir~

10 comments:

Mildred said...

Hello Glenda, This is such a pretty photo, quote and verse. Wishing you and John David a good week.

Ginny said...

Lovely picture, I would never have thought to snap it, and look what I would have missed! And I love the poem!

Glenda said...

Thanks, Mildred and Ginny! This was taken at my FIL's farm.

Southern Lady said...

Just beautiful, Glenda! Carla

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Glenda, I love that Robert Frost poem--one of my fav's..... Yes---the Lord leads us --but do we follow?????? We certainly take many wrong turns in the road of life sometimes, don't we?

Great post.
Hugs,
Betsy

Nancy said...

Glenda,
It's so nice to meet you....Thank you for visiting my blog and your sweet comments....I hope you will come back again.....

The photographs on your blog are amazing.....you have taken so many wonderful shots....I love just looking over all of them.....

The marriage of your words and picture is awesome.....

Hugs and blessings,
Nancy

Connie said...

Always beautiful pictures. I also love the poem. Good food for thought today. Thanks.

Beth said...

Beautiful photo for that excerpt of Robert Frost's poem. It's one of my favorites. I have found in life that it's those less traveled roads that lead to all sorts of wonderful discoveries and blessings. A bit scary at times, but that's where His Hand in yours makes the difference.
I also love that hymn and its deep meaning.

Karin said...

So beautifully done - the photo, the poem - just so meaningful. Thank you!

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

Great photo, thought, verse....