"Once we clearly acknowledge the soul, we can learn to hear it's cries. - Dallas Willard, Renovation Of The Heart."

It takes courage to pursue our dreams. It takes time and patience to unearth buried treasure. But I believe with all my heart that we must do both.

6.01.2011

twitturgies


Arrest

Arrest me God with

the beauty of your

world.  Open my eyes

to see beyond

myself your glory

And to find within

myself your art


I have a new book by Gerard Kelly, the author of Spoken Worship. Twitturgies are liturgies using the Twitter format: personal prayers in 140 characters or less. They are updated on average twice daily.  

8 comments:

Nancy said...

Oh Mar, I love this picture...I hope you plan to make cards out of this one.......

Thanks for sharing about the Twitturgies; I can't wait to get one...You know me I love short and sweet and to the point....

I hope you are feeling better....

I love you

Bevie said...

I agree with Nancy, I will look for that one!! How kewl is that I wonder if that word will be found in the dictionary in the future..ehhheheh!!

WINDOWLAD said...

"Open my eyes to see beyond myself your glory And to find within myself your art..." ah, what a beautiful song to my ears that i read today...(:

You have a lovely day.

~Kelvin

Bren said...

Love the 3D effect you're achieving with the heart. I think it's interesting how the heart has been a central image in your art, reflective of the heart being the place where our very essence dwells and all that we are reflected there. Interesting that the heart has its scars but even they add to the beauty it. Great stuff my friend.

Bren said...

Oh and Nancy I'm with you, short and to the point please :-)

Jennifer Richardson said...

Love the life exploding out of your painting
...and the twittergies!
Pure awesomeness:)
-Jennifer

Sandy said...

Mary,
Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I really like where your artwork is heading. Beautiful!

Hindsfeet said...

the painting is gorgeous, Mary....absolutely *beautiful*.......

...thanks for this word tonight....