Monday, November 24

Works of God Monday

Well, it was exactly three years ago this weekend that our friends Aaron & Julia (as of then, unmarried) went for a tour in our nasty prospective house. I think we'd made an offer on it, or we were about to, and I'm still not quite sure what Aaron thought. Julia, I am certain, was right on board with the possibilities. (but she still thought we were crazy, of course!) So the above photos were taken almost exactly three years apart. What a difference! Broughtons, we are signing you up NOW for a visit next Thanksgiving!!

You wouldn't recognize it if you hadn't watched it happen! I wish I'd been able to take a "before" photo of the outside in the spring. Then the crazy gardening techniques in the front yard would be even more visible. I'm almost as happy with the smooth yard as I am with the siding. Almost. The siding project is well over halfway done, and from the road, you almost can't tell that there is any construction at all going on here at the Muth house! All that remains is one end of the house and the back and side of the garage. Praise the Lord for His provision!

This is the house that God is building. We are so blessed to be part of the process. May we use what He has given us for His glory!!

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Rachel said...

Oh, Jenny! It's such a transformation!! What a wonderful praise to God for His provision and goodness to you and your family:). I absolutely love the color of the siding.

Tim and Richelle said...

Looks great! It has been fun to follow how God has made it all possible. I dream of my own house... some day.

Life in Lewisburg said...

What a difference. I love before and Afters.
Our house was a dump but now it's a beautiful home.
God is in the restoration business with us as well.

Stephens said...

Wow!!! Everything looks great, you guys. Praise God!

mike.kris said...

The house looks amazing! It has been great sharing this journey and getting to witness God's provision again and again!

Julia said...

What an incredible difference! I well remember walking through the house back during the "before" stage, and I definitely believed in the possibilities. Can't wait to come see it in person!