“Finding God at the sunken cemetery.”
Submitted by Janille.
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Denver Botanic Gardens
Submitted by Kim Powell.
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“The clouds look like brush strokes.”
Submitted by Patty Moncada.
“God is here—at a family oasis in California.”
Submitted by Patti Bannan Pascale.
“Yes, happy first day of spring! ”
Submitted by Kelly Lagasse.
“Mary against the dark night sky in Lourdes, France, while on pilgrimage.”
Submitted by Leigh Hartley.
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“I saw God in the curiosity of a baby and the guiding hand of an aunt.”
Submitted by Rambling Follower.
“Sometimes I can only see God in the quiet, still places. This path spoke to me with its contrasting shadow and light, flowers sprinkled in with both, and calm trees standing as tall, strong witnesses.”
Submitted by Julie Evett.
“The created is absolutely surrounded by the Creator! This is a picture of my son on a hike up Mount Sniktau near Loveland, Colorado.”
Submitted by Becky Ehrman.
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“A concrete sign of God’s presence.”
Submitted by Bernard Gallagher.
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