Fingerprint Friday – How Majestic

Fingerprint Friday was started by Beki, at The Rusted Chain. It was inspired by the song by Steven Curtis Chapman that contains the line…”when I look at you, I can see the fingerprints of God.” To participate and/or visit all of the blogs that do, go to the Fingerprint Friday Post on Beki’s blog and follow the instructions. 

Got a pretty good shot of the moon the other night.
Not quite full but still pretty.
It was hiding behind a tree.
The tree limbs dancing across its face.
The heavenly realms always remind me of Psalm 8…

I love the passion with which Marty Goetz sings this song based on Psalm 8. Marty is a Messianic Jew who travels all over the world proclaiming the good news of the Messiah, Yeshua (Jesus) through his music. I love this simple video with Marty casually at piano, praising God…it is easy to imagine that King David sang in a similar way with such passion and love for the Lord.

I’ll be working at the Animal Hospital today. Hope I have a few comments to read tonight when I get home. Tomorrow, I will be sharing some of my latest paintings…hope you’ll come back to visit then.
Have a great weekend!

9 thoughts on “Fingerprint Friday – How Majestic

  1. Oh, oh, oh, oh!!! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!! I have never heard him!!! But I love Jewish melodies!!! I'm going to YouTube to look Marty up!! He's wonderful…and I'm with Della…Psalm 8 is one of my faves!! What a fantastic photo! And I love the way you superimposed the Scripture over it! And you know what? I'm sooooo excited!!! Can't wait to see your latest paintings!! I'm sure they are absolutely extraordinary! Happy Friday! You've just MADE mine!!!


  2. Lovely photo of the moon..Really beautiful the way you did it with the scripture. Enjoyed the way Marty sang..just lovely.
    Once I had a pileated woodpecker here and only once..They are beautiful and sound like the tropics..
    Happy Fingerprint Friday.


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