This humble blog of mine is a Bible photoblog, something of a “Picture Bible” or “Photographic Bible Commentary.” The point of it all is to share some of the words of Scripture that come to my mind as I just see things in everyday life. It’s about me simply snapping pics of things that make me think of a word from God’s Spirit that I”ve paraphrased from Scripture.

And so, what you'll find here (freshly posted most Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) is a picture, a relevant Bible verse or two (Word) and a pertinent thought or two and a question (Wonder) and to stimulate your thinking and conversation with others.

In the end, if it's true that "a picture is worth a thousand words," may these word pictures help you find blessing in God through Jesus Christ in a thousand ways.

My name is David Smith and I'm privileged to serve as the preaching minister with the Missouri Street Church of Christ (aka: MoSt Church) in Baytown, TX. You can see our church's website at: www.mostchurch.org


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  1. David:

    I am absolutely agree in that a picture says more than 1000 words, and there are words too that need more than 1000 images to be undestood, words like: Mother, Son, Love or Heaven.

    Following this line of thinking, you get well that you want with this web site: Touch the eyes, the mind and the heart of the people that see this pictures.

    It’s a good idea to connect this things (that sometimes we see but not observe), with a significant word that touches and shakes our mind.,

    Finally the word “wonder” has two meanings for me, wonder as “A question done to myself”, and the other one that I prefer: “Something marvellous or amazing like a miracle”

    These “small” miracles, shown in this simple pictures and biblical words, have a lot of power, may God bless this effort!


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