Monday, October 20th, 2008 | Author:

I’ve been busy snapping pictures of the glorious fall colors we’ve been blessed with this year. (I’ll be posting more soon.) As with life in general, though, one season points to another. Today I was reminded that October will not last forever.

When it is evening, you say,
‘It will be fair weather, for the sky is red.’
And in the morning,
‘There will be a storm today,
for the sky is red and threatening.’
Do you know how to discern
the appearance of the sky,

but cannot discern the signs of the times?
An evil and adulterous generation
seeks after a sign;

and a sign will not be given it,
except the sign of Jonah.
Matthew 16:2-4

Category: Christianity, nature
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  1. jvelez says:

    These are very beautiful shots! We are blessed that we live here. Everyday I wake up thanking God for the splendor of His creation right now. I dred the coming winter; He’s really gonna have to work with me on that one!