Photo Prayer 2020-08 -- Unseen Hand

  Sometimes everything seems perfect. Sometimes all the pieces fall into place, as though an unseen hand were guiding our hands, as though a subtle quiet power was shepherding our thoughts. Such moments are gifts, but from whom? It is as though we were musicians in an infinite orchestra, each one of us improvising our small part, somehow knowing which notes to play and when. Is this a glimpse of heaven? Are we fools to praise the conductor?


Photo of a country road in western Chester County, Pennsylvania at sunset.
Photo and text copyright 2020 by Danny N. Schweers.

A few of the 641 Photo Prayers that Danny has created since 2007 will be on exhibit
at the Buzz Ware Village Center in Arden, Delaware during the month of March, 2020,
with an Art Loop opening reception on Friday, March 6, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

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Elaine wrote:
Perfectly put! Both the picture and the prayers. Thanks Danny for your reminders—

Royster wrote:
Fabulous photo -- everything about perfect. Jesus calls us to "praise the conductor". Thank God, the conductor is always beside us -- we just have to say the Word. Have a holy and blessed Lent.

Tom wrote:
Super! Was that taken in Amish country? Kudos for capturing details in the road sky both!

Hugh wrote:
That image looks like a watercolor!

Nicole wrote:
Pretty. I hope no one was behind you giving you a honk!

Ernestine wrote:
I believe we are players and God is conducting our lives if we truly pay attention to the Holy Spirit our comforter.

Anne wrote:
Another great photo - looks like a fall day just before the sun sets over the horizon.

Kathleen wrote:
One of those precious perfect moments.

Blaine wrote:
Lovely image, though I have a thing about phone poles. Prolly better with them here, though. I love those moments, it feels like “flow”.

Ian wrote:
What a moving photo and commentary, Danny. Thank you!

Tomas wrote:

Michelle wrote:
That's beautiful.

Elizabeth wrote:
I think you got it, Danny. It's a keeper. Love it.

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