Well, my ribs don't want to cook. Everyone is waiting to eat
I put some itmes up on E Bay today. I need to start trying to make some $.
Tonight we are going to watch Carousel for school with the kids.
I am praying for God's will in so many areas right now. I need to trust him and not look to myself.
I don't know why I'm particularly annoyed right now. Ive been meaning to write in this for a day or so now and I just haven't. i feel the need to be writing out my thoughts again which is good and bad. I got a new keyboard today because my computer crashed and then we needed a usb keyboard and didn't have one...etc. so, its kinda slippery and i haven't been working on it all day. so here i am. i just finished going through all my emails and now I am just hanging out trying not to get a headache
Christmas Letter from Jesus
This came in my email at the perfect time. I recently got into
a discussion online with some ladies about Christmas and what
it means... and stores and companies and how they do or do not
celebrate the season! Boy, this really opened my eyes. I don't
know if you will use it, but here it is anyway!
~Jodi, Hope Mills, NC~
It has come to my attention that
I have always been a Christian, but I drifted away from God in the beginning that I found out I had this disease because of my unbelieving exhusband and because I was simply angry at God for "giving" me this disease...... Since the moment I came back to Him I have learned a great deal (became a much stronger Christian too). A few things are:
- take nothing for granted..... what you can have today, can be gone tomorrow (in my case especially my physical abilities) and therefore enjoy
Kom ons begin by ‘n ou bybel woord shamar.
Wat is die betekening van die woord shamar?
The original picture painted by the Hebrew word shamar is a sheepfold. When a shepherd was out in the wilderness with his flock, he would gather thorn bushes to erect a corral to place his flock in at night. The thorns would deter predators and thereby protect and guard the sheep from harm. The word shamiyr derived from this root means a thorn. The word shamar means to guard and protect