Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

Psalms 143:8
Cause me to hear
Your lovingkindness
in the morning,
For in You do I trust;
Cause me to know the way
in which I should walk,
For I lift up my soul to You.

Children with Autism have a hard time walking in the "Walk Now For Autism" event.
Colin's mother, Mary, is on the right holding his hand.  She had been carrying him.
A very nice man, put Colin on his shoulders- and carried him the rest of the way.
It's all in the small things isn't it?

© Karen Kyle Ericson, all rights reserved.

Challenge sponsored by Katie Lloyd Photography


  1. This one made me cry. I always ask the Lord to show what photo to use for this, and when it all came together- it really touched me.

  2. So beautiful. Yes it is the small acts of kindness that matter and make all the difference. There is something very very uplifting about this picture. Thank you Karen!

  3. Thanks Colleen! I'm glad you see it too.

  4. It's all in the small things, yes, indeed! And such a sweet, and moving, photo! You captured it well and the scripture fits perfectly!! My great nephew is autistic and he is very special to us. Thanks for sharing this encouragement! I'm just getting started in this Scripture & a Snapshot challenge, and I'm already so blessed by the photos I've looked at so far! By the way, I live with my husband and two cats, as well! :) Yours are beautiful! I need to post more images of mine! You have a blessed day!

  5. Nice to meet you Deborah! Autism is such a cruel disease for both parents and children. After I did this- I thought about checking at my Church to see if we want to do a team for the Autism walk this year. I look forward to seeing your cats as well. God bless and thanks for your comment.

  6. what a blessing....your post to me and that man to that child! it is in the small stuff

  7. Thanks! It reminded me of how Jesus carries our burdens too.

  8. Hi Karen -

    Yes, it is often in the small things. I love that photo and the demonstration of love.

    Glory to GOD for moving on our hearts to glorify Him.

  9. Amen. His love is reaching out to us all, no matter who or what we are.