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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Simply Sunday


Just thoughts I was thinking about to get my mind
on the things that are important today. Blessings to you.

A contented person is one who enjoys the scenery along the detour.

We ponder God's withholding or bestowing and we pine
for what was never given, and what was taken. Today
slips though our fingers. (Theresa Burleson)

"But I will restore you to health and heal your wounds, " declares
the Lord..."I have loved you with a everlasting love; I have drawn
you with loving-kindness. I will build you up again and you will be rebuilt."
(Jeremiah 30:7; 31:3-4)

"A pearl I'm told, is a wound healed. "
(Gail MacDonald)
"God" she said, " Carefully and lovingly takes
broken pieces of our lives and glues them back together
again."
( Ruth Graham)

Lord, deliver us from smallness and self-pity."
Make us masters of ourselves that we may be servants of
others."
(Sir Alexander Patterson)

~Kim~

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos and beautiful messages and quotes. Thanks for a nice pre-Sunday sendoff. :)

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  2. Beautiful photos Kim and beautiful quotes to go with them. A great message for me as I take off this week :)

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  3. Deep thoughts for a Sat night. As you say, good preparation for worship tomorrow!Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. Finally catching up on blog~friends....glad I came by on your post today!
    Needed these thoughts. Tugging at my heart.
    It's been a rough few weeks and glimmers of hope are here.
    Thank you!

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  5. Hi -

    I was struck by your comments on another blog on January 24, 2011. It was about memorizing scriptures.

    Thank you for your faithfulness to our Lord. May He reward you bountifully for your service to Him and His holy missions.

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  6. Hi there Kim,

    This is my first visit to your blog--nice to meet you!

    Thank you for the lovely quotes and beautiful photos...what gorgeous scenery!

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