Sunday, September 28, 2008

Sunday's Psalm--26th Sunday of Ordinary Time

R. Remember your mercies, O Lord.

Your ways, O LORD, make known to me;
teach me your paths,

guide me in your truth and teach me,
for you are God my savior.

Remember your mercies, O Lord.

Remember your compassion, O LORD,
and your love are from of old.
The sins of my youth and my frailties remember not;

In your kindness remember me,
because of your goodness, O LORD.

Remember your mercies, O Lord.

Good and upright is the LORD;
thus he shows sinners the way.

He guides the humble to justice,
and teaches the humble his way.

Remember your mercies, O Lord.


Psalm 25: 4-5, 8-9, 10,14

1-Paradise Inn, Mt. Rainier; 2-Eastside Trail, Mt. Rainier; 3-sunset Lassen Nat'l Park; 4-vegetable plot, Redmond, WA; 5-foggy view, Burroughs Mtn Trail, Mt. Rainier; 6-Golden Mantle Squirrel, Sunrise Rim Trail, Mt. Rainier;7- Ohanapecosh River, Mt. Rainier; 8-morning at Ohanapecosh Campground; 9-art in the park, Kirkland, Wa; 10-Silver Falls Trail, Mt. Rainier.





7 comments:

Mary said...

You put a lot of work into these Psalm posts and they are wonderful! I love reading them and seeing what photos you matched to the words. Lovely!

Daryl said...

While I am not religious at all, I thoroughly enjoy your Psalms and the accompanying photos .. quite a lovely weekly post, Kat ..

:-Daryl

CrazyCath said...

You do put so much work into these, as mary notes. And I do enjoy them.

Mine is here on the new blog. Not as much work gone into this one, but a lot of thought does. Come see the new blog when you get a chance. It is quite different in many ways...

PERBS said...

So many beautiful photos to accompany your Psalm today! The colors of that sunset in the 2nd photo are stunning!

leslie said...

I really like how you do this! Putting your photos to meaningful psalms is lovely.

Louis la Vache said...

"Louis" checking in here for your Sunday Psalm, his favorite feature on your blog!

"Louis" particularly liked the photo of the child in front of the statues of the running children at Kirkland.

Gramma L said...

Great way to let the pictures reflect the Psalm.