Friday, April 15, 2011

Look at This! The Promise......

click on the picture to get a better view......

We had such bad storms yesterday. 

Dennis and I ended up going to the University. Dennis has an office on the second floor of the Library but the first floor is underground, or should I say built back into a hill. So it is a perfect place to go for shelter. It is very comfortable with a couch and soon to have a TV so that we will be able to watch the weather while we are there.

Anyway, when you are standing outside his office door there is a huge window that runs the length of the building. After the storm passed over us we went out into the hall to look out and we saw this! It did not show up on the picture but it was a double rainbow...... All we could do was stand and stare. 

Thank goodness Dennis had his camera!

Right at the bottom right where the rainbow seems to touch all the trees and roofs of houses seem to be washed in the same colors as the rainbow. It was just a sight to behold. The picture does not do it justice but I wanted to share..... 

A gal that posted a comment on my FB page said something so profound................

Jena said:

Awesome...I love how it's darker over the rainbow and lighter underneath...definitely a lighter load when living under God's promise!

I need not say any more......



  1. Awesome!!!! And Jena's comment is so profound, too. One thing I've noticed in my life ---- there seems to be WAY MORE rainbows than we actually see. And it's because there is so much cluttering our view. Doesn't mean it isn't there. Amazing how God's promises are there for us, and we only see them when we clear out the clutter that is blocking our view.

    Maybe with enough comments, here, we'll have a whole sermon about rainbows!!!!

  2. And the storms moved on our way...we're under a tornado watch until 10pm.
    Mama Bear

  3. Sweetie I won the scholarship!

    that rainbow extends even when it is invisible to the naked eye.:)

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  5. Wow! Loved what Jena said! So true, I feel!

    Glad y'all are safe...we're in tornado watch until 1:00 pm today....


  6. Oh that is absolutely stunning! I heard about the storms in so many places in our country. Glad you're okay!


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