You don’t just feel bad… you are bad. Many of the problems in your life come from within yourself, and you need to confess, repent, then seek restitution and reconciliation. Learn more in this sermon on Song of Songs chapter 6.
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...but at least it's a pretty mess...as the dining room table and floor are covered in scrappy tidbits. I am in a hurry to finish up my projects before tomorrow's deadline...while Annabelle entertains both of us, by riding her "horse" otherwise known as the vacuum cleaner in a twirly skirt and cowboy hat, which she likes to wear sideways. Every few minutes she comes over to pick the threads off of my pants. We carry on these funny little conversations about nothing really. She asks me random questions like, " Mommy will you be my hugaroo? " If you are wondering what exactly a hugaroo is, take a look at this precious little book we are enjoying from the library this week. I say, " Yes, of course!" She replies to me " Okay. Thanks. "
Melt my heart, why don't you kid?
And I think to my self, life is so sweet. Everyday, ordinary life...big fat messy messes and all.
Speaking of which, I actually better get started on it now, if I hope to have the house back in to even the smallest semblance of order by the time David gets home. Because it's that bad.
So while I am working on that I will be thanking Jesus for all the little ways He sweetens each day...even the particularly not so easy ones.
Posted by Chelle at 1:51 PM
As easy as it would be to keep her all to myself, I really can't help but brag on her and the beautiful things she creates...after all the rest of the world deserves to discover her too.
I love you Nan. And I can hardly wait to see that little Christmas dress you are sewing up for Annabelle. I am quite certain it is going to be sweet beyond compare.
Posted by Chelle at 6:49 PM
Description:We are fundamentally selfish. The question is do you want to change and to what degree? Will you continue in selfishness, or be more like Jesus and have a servant’s heart?
Song of Songs 5:2- 6:1
Posted by Chelle at 2:45 PM
Dear Mor Mor, Uncle Johnny and Auntie Greta,
This is the sail boat my daddy made for me. We played in the rain lasterday ( yesterday) and jumped in muddle puddles and floated our boat in the ribber (river: which was actually a creek).
It was fun.
I love you.
She is in love with the boat. I am in love with her Daddy, for his idea to make it for her and all for the fun we had, sailing it in the creek.
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A wedding day is a beautiful thing, but the most important day of your marriage is the last day. In this sermon, Pastor Mark looks at the wedding day of the Princess and King Solomon. The first day paints the picture of a wonderful marriage, but later, the marriage is ruined because Solomon does not stay faithful to his wife, his covenant, or his God. A marriage should be lived with a focus on the last day, and we should learn from the sins of King Solomon.
Posted by Chelle at 8:40 AM
“You have given me the highest, completest proof of love that ever one human being gave another. I am all gratitude and all pride that my life has been so crowned by you.” — Robert Browning
I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought,and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.
- G.K. Chesterton