Wednesday, December 31, 2014

My Prayer For 2015

I wish to all my of you a

Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy, To the only wise God our Saviour, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and ever. Amen.   Jude 1:24-25 

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

To all my wonderful friends that visit my blog…

I would very much appreciate your comments when you read my blog.  Thank you.

Friday, December 19, 2014


On this day in history…Oops, I can’t start this blog post that way!

No, the day we celebrate the birth of our Saviour 
is not His true birth date. 
Research has shown that it was in the spring, possibly the 
end of March or the first of April.

But what does that matter that we don’t know the real date? 

The fact is that for one day the whole world is 
celebrating a day established for the express purpose 
of recognizing that Jesus left His heavenly home 
to come to earth to suffer and die for our sins.

No, He didn’t leave His unspeakably beautiful home
to come to the world as we know it today.

He was not born in a fancy hospital with doctors and nurses
 to care for His mother and Him.
He was born in a stable and wrapped in some cloth
and had a food trough for a bed.

As a child, He didn’t have electronic or battery operated toys.
He played in the sand.

He had no text books about history and psychology.
He had the Old Testament Scriptures for His earthly education.

There were no soft cushioned cars to ride in. 
He walked or at best rode a donkey (comfortable ride). 

No telegraph, telephones, radios or TV’s. 
He came as a human and therefore had to wait until information
came to Him delivered by messengers on foot.   

He had no fancy sound system to reach the multitudes seated
in an air conditioned or heated.cathedral. 
He had a mountain top for seating room, a boat for a pulpit,
the wind to carry His message to those gathered to hear.

He was not honored by the religious leaders of the day.
He was ridiculed and harassed by them, the ones who
should have recognized who He was and honored Him.

When He was accused by the people and they wanted 
Him put to death, there was no law requiring a fair trial.
He was accused, tried and condemned 
without any representation.

His death was the most horrible death that can be imagined. 
It was not swift and painless.

But He came knowing that this was what He would face.
Yet He came willingly for us, because He loved us. 

So on this day, the whole civilized world pauses because
He came, whether they acknowledge Him or not.  

His coming is why we have Christmas.
Does it matter what day we celebrate this?

Friday, December 5, 2014

The Thick Darkness

Here it is a week after Thanksgiving Day. 
Are we still giving thanks to the One above who has so bountifully blessed us?
or are we back to the humdrum of life, beaten down by the daily
problems and routines?

After a season of blessing or thanksgiving we often hit a down spot
where we get discouraged and the devil comes
with all kinds of thoughts and happenings to make us
forget that our hope is in Him who loved us
enough to come to earth from
His heavenly home to not only live
to show us the way, but to die as the
only sacrifice that is sufficient
to completely forgive us of our sins.

There are several verses in the Old Testament
that have been important to me.

Exodus 20:21   
And the people stood afar off, and
Moses drew near unto the thick darkness where God was.

Deuteronomy 5:22   
These words the LORD spake unto all your assembly in the mount
out of the midst of the fire, of the cloud,
and of the thick darkness, with a great voice

1 Kings 8:12 and 2 Chronicles 6:1   
Then spake Solomon,
The LORD said that he would dwell
in the thick darkness.

What a blessed hope we have in knowing that wherever we are God knows
and is there too. 
He dwells in the thick darkness where it seems
that we are all alone. 
He is even waiting for us to recognize that He is there.

I love the lyrics to songs for so often they encourage
and help me as they run through my mind. 
One of these songs is “Standing Somewhere in the Shadows”.

Standing Somewhere in the Shadows

1. Are your crosses too heavy to carry;
And burdens too heavy to bear?
Are there heartaches and tears and anguish;
And there's no one who seems to care?

Standing somewhere in the shadows you'll find Jesus,
He's the Friend who always cares and understands.
Standing somewhere in the shadows you will find Him
And you'll know Him by the nail prints in His hands.

2. Are there shadows of deep disappointment,
And trusts that have proven untrue?
Has the darkness of night settled round you
Has your hope and your faith wavered too?

Standing somewhere in the shadows you'll find Jesus,
He's the Friend who always cares and understands.
Standing somewhere in the shadows you will find Him
And you'll know Him by the nail prints in His hands.

3. Has the storm over shadowed your sunshine,
And life lost attraction for you?
Have the dreams that you cherished been broken,
Is you soul filled with bitterness too?

Standing somewhere in the shadows you'll find Jesus,
He's the Friend who always cares and understands.
Standing somewhere in the shadows you will find Him
And you'll know Him by the nail prints in His hands.

Words and Music by E.J. Rollings

So if you are facing dark days or going through them now,
remember that God dwells in the thick darkness and
Jesus is waiting there to strengthen and
bless you if you ask Him to.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Tuesday, November 18, 2014


I have been planning on giving my testimony of how the Lord totally healed me and was with us through my husband’s sickness and death.  It has been difficult for me to get my thoughts in line to tell what happened, but I will try.

In 1997 my daughter was going to get married and I went shopping quite a bit with her looking for all the things she needed. I often felt a little tired, but thought it was because of the busy time. 

She was married in May.  On June 11 we had a wonderful service at church where the Lord’s presence was really felt.  My husband and I made a new commitment to the Lord.  The following Tuesday evening I was having a lot of pain in my stomach.  I thought I could tough it out. I had to work the following day because they were going to be short of staff.  It finally got so bad that my husband was able to talk me into going to the hospital ER in a nearby town.  Once we arrived there, all I remember is them putting me in a wheelchair and taking my vital signs.

The next thing I remember is the ambulance siren as they were pulling into the hospital in Tallahassee.  I vaguely remember my daughter and our assistant pastor meeting us as I was taken into the ER.  That is the last thing I remember for 10 days. 

After my doctor had seen me and they had run lab tests, he told my husband that if I had been one hour later I would have died.  I had acute pancreatitis with a serum amylase of over 6,000.  The normal range is 40-140.  (Lab normals vary.)   In other words, the digestive enzymes were eating up my normal tissue rather than functioning as they should.

When I woke up 10 days later I had tubes coming out my nose and my side, was on oxygen and had a direct line IV into my upper chest.  I was told that my skin had been a greenish color.   They had been planning on doing radical surgery on me to save my life and I would have been a severe, brittle diabetic. 

BUT GOD… heard the prayers of hundreds of people who were praying for me from all over the country, many that I didn’t even know.  I gradually improved, without the surgery, and went home after being in the hospital for 41 days. 

My husband had developed some hoarseness during my hospitalization.  Within 2 weeks after I was released from the hospital, he went to the doctor and they diagnosed him with throat cancer.  All during the month of August they were checking him out and I was having further tests run. 

I was scheduled to have my gall bladder removed and surgery done to drain the psuedocysts that had formed from the pancreatitis in early September.  My husband also was to have surgery on his throat shortly after that.  I had my surgery on September 8 and my husband went into the hospital for his surgery the day after I got home.  The day after he came home, I had to go back into the hospital because I could not eat or drink.  I was there for 30 days this time.

When I returned home again everything becomes a blur of hospital visits, surgeries, radiation, etc. for him.   He eventually had a tracheotomy and feeding tube placed in his stomach because he could not swallow.  After the tracheotomy and feeding tube surgery, he had a blood clot to the lung and nearly died.  He was in and out of the hospital many times, had radiation twice a day at a hospital 60 miles from our home and had several major surgeries.  He had dressings that had to be changed several times a day on the open areas on his neck. 

Through all of this, God provided everything we needed.  My son and his wife moved from California and could help care for him.  My daughter was there every time I needed her.  His family and people from the church helped.  We had excellent insurance coverage and hospice was fantastic.

My husband died on October 28, 1998.  He was a veteran who had served two tours in Viet Nam and had been exposed to Agent Orange.

Why God chose to heal me and not to heal my husband, I do not know.  He does what He knows is best.  I only know that I have had many opportunities since that time to be of service to the Lord and maybe He can and has used me to help someone through the testimony about our situation. 

The reason I call this my Thanksgiving story is that I thank the Lord that through everything He was there and provided just what we needed.  I have no aftereffects of the pancreatitis and no dietary restrictions or anything.  My health is excellent, except I am getting a little old, but that is a good thing.  God gave us strength to face each day trusting in Him.  I know that God means what He said in Psalm 23, because even in the “valley of the shadow of death” He was with us. 

God is so good.  The morning after my husband died it was almost like I heard a voice from heaven say to me, “He’s with me”.  How I rejoice that He gave me that reassurance at a time when I needed it so much.

Here is a chorus that I would like to leave with you after this lengthy post.


Ain’t God good, to give us so many blessings,
Undeserving, that’s what we are.
I want to thank Him, love and serve Him,
A little more today and a whole lot more tomorrow.

Take courage, God is still on the throne!

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Thank you to all our veterans 
who have sacrificed 
to preserve the freedom 
that we enjoy in our country.

We appreciate you!

Thursday, October 30, 2014


It is interesting to read 1 Kings chapters 17–19 and see that Elijah, the great prophet of the Lord, went through some of the same emotions that we do.

In Chapter 17 he goes to Ahab, the wicked king of Israel, that there will be no dew or rain for years because of the idol worship in Israel. 

Then God sent Elijah to Zarephath where God used him to provide for a widow and her son through the drought and when the widow’s son died and Elijah prayed and God restored his life. 

Elijah challenged the 450 prophets of Baal and the 400 prophets to prove who the real God was.  Almighty God proved himself to them and the false prophets were slain.

Then because Elijah killed the false prophets, Jezebel threatened to kill him.  This great man of God who had just accomplished so many great things for God, went into the wilderness, sat under a juniper tree, pouted and told God he wanted to die. 

Elijah later went and lodged in a cave.  God asked him why he was there.  Elijah said, “I have been very jealous for the LORD God of hosts: for the children of Israel have forsaken thy covenant, thrown down thine altars, and slain thy prophets with the sword; and I, even I only, am left; and they seek my life, to take it away.“

God told him to go stand outside.  God sent strong wind, an earthquake and fire, but God was not in them.  Then with a still, small voice God spoke to Elijah.  He again asked him what he was doing here and Elijah responded again with the same words. 

God did not sympathize with him.  He gave him his orders:
  1.  Anoint Hazael king of Syria
  2.  Anoint Jehu king of Israel and
  3.  Anoint Elisha to be the prophet to take his place when he was gone

He also told Elijah that he wasn’t alone, there were 7,000 prophets that had not bowed down to Baal and were serving Him.

God had used Elijah many times, but he got tired and discouraged.  The devil loves for us to get tired because then he can come and start telling us his lies.  We may get afraid of the threats we hear.  We might believe him when he says we are standing alone.  We are not alone.  God is with us.  Jesus said, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world” (Matthew 28:20). 

As God was with Elijah, so will He be with us even when we are tired and the devil is taunting us with fear.  We are not alone.  Others go through the same tests.  Now we need to listen for the still, small voice of God telling us the next things He has for us to do.

Here is my card for this week.

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Thank you and have a wonderful week.

Monday, October 20, 2014


She put the phone back in its cradle, and leaned against the wall
Devastating silence, from the long awaited call
Congratulations, had confirmed her deepest fear
As she gave herself the label, unwed mother, eighteen years

And at the church across the street, the band played on
The choir sang another verse of another lovely song
But her world was crashing, in apartment 33
And she wondered if she would ever meet
Someone from the church across the street

She left her apartment, at a quarter after eight
Drove a mile to the clinic, walked inside the iron gate
She was greeted warmly, with reassurance in his voice
A simple, safe procedure… had she made the proper choice
Chorus… she paid the doctor's fee…..

Making recollections, she tries to forget
But the room where she had lived alone
She shares with her regret
She sits by the window and longs for something more
As she listens to the baby cry in apartment 34

And she wondered if she would ever meet
Someone who can help her with her need
Maybe someone from the church across the street.

This song always tears at my heart.  
It is not just because another another baby is sacrificed 
to abortion, but because the church failed her.  

You may think I am being harsh or critical, 
but didn't Jesus say, "Go ye"?  
Did He say, "Sit in your church and worship Me 
and when someone comes in with a need try to help them"? 
 Did He say, "Plan all kinds of activities to attract 
those around you to the church"?  

No, He said, "Go ye therefore, and teach all nations" (Matthew 28:19) 
and "Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, and ordained you, 
that ye should go and bring forth fruit" (John 15:16).  

He also said that we should start at home and in our neighborhood, 
"... ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, 
and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth." (Acts 1:8).    

Jesus left the glories of heaven to come to earth to give His life so that 
we could be saved.  He didn't sit in heaven and wait for us to ask Him for help.  
What a sad situation it would be if that were the case.  

There are so many around us who need our love and witness.  
Our love, as Christians, should reach out to those around us. 

We may not know how they are hurting or what their 
needs are, but the love of Christ shining through us 
will reach them in their time of need.

Let's let our love for Christ shine out to others
to bring them into the fold in these last days.

My card for the week 

May God's grace be with you this coming week.

Song by Timothy Mark / Global Outreach Music / BMI Sung by the Whisnants

Thursday, October 9, 2014

The Lord Knoweth

Every morning I read several chapters in my Chronological KJV Bible.  
I enjoy reading the Bible through using this Bible since it gives me a better feel 
for what happened when.  I can relate the prophets to the time period during 
which they prophesied.  It helps the Old Testament flow in chronological order 
and therefore I understand it better. I have been using it for several years.

One morning this week I was needing some encouragement and reassurance 
to help during a troubling time.  I looked in my regular Bible to take a look at 
Psalm 1 which several others had mentioned.  
When I looked at the last verse, these words jumped out at me, 
“The Lord knoweth”.  

Yes He does!  It was such an encouragement.  
I rejoiced and cried just knowing that the Lord of the universe, 
my Lord, knows the situation and knows what I need. 

As I started to close the Bible another verse that I have highlighted drew my attention.  
It was across on the opposite page, Job 42:10.  It says, 
“And the LORD turned the captivity of Job, when he prayed for his friends…”  
Job’s friends had not supported him during his trial of loss and disease.  
They got together to come and mourn with him and comfort him, 
but after seven days of silence they became his accusers.  

Eliphaz said that if his heart was as righteousness as he (Job) boasted, 
he would not have been so suddenly cast down by adversity.
Bildad said that the heavy affliction proved that Job was under God’s wrath 
and that proves that Job was being punished for his sins.

Zophar was the most hard hearted of Job’s accusers and speaks without feeling or pity. 
In his arrogance he insinuates that God afflicted Job because of his iniquities and 
that he thought that God had inflicted less punishment upon him than he deserved.

Oh, what a lack of understanding and compassion, even cruelty, in talking with Job!  
Neither they, nor Job, knew what had taken place in heaven and that 
God knew He could trust Job through his losses and with this affliction.

Now skip to the end of the account.  God tells Job’s three “friends” to 
“go to my servant Job, and offer up for yourselves a burnt offering; 
and my servant Job shall pray for you: for him will I accept.”

After all that they have done, after all they put Job through, after all the hurt, 
God wants Job to pray for them. 
Not a prayer of revenge, but a prayer for their forgiveness.   
After the false accusations of his friends,
their rejoicing in his affliction and their bitter speeches, 
God clears his character and he is to pray for them to prevent God’s wrath on them.

This is proof of the innocence and integrity of Job,  
to be able to sincerely pray for them that God will not bring His wrath on them.

I felt that God directed me to this verse (Job 42:10) because that is what 
He desires in the situation I am dealing with.  I wonder if I will be able to do that. 

Only with God’s help! 

Isn’t it wonderful how the two verses go together.   God knows what the situation is and 
He knows what I need to do.  God never requires us to do something that 
He will not provide a way to accomplish it.  I am trusting Him for strength to 
sincerely pray for those who have negatively touched my life and need God’s forgiveness.

Thank you dear friends for letting me share with you. 

I am entering the following card in the Word Art Wednesday challenge this week:

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Just a post of my entry to Word Art Wednesday.  I am a little late this week, but many things have been happening and I am trying to catch up.  Love the verse for fall.

Monday, September 29, 2014

Because I was gone several days last week and then my husband was sick for two days, I have not been able to get my thoughts together for my blog.  I was just reading Debbie Harris' blog, "She Graces Her Home In God's Beauty".  It was very thought provoking and a wonderful message to all of us.  Her blog always includes beautiful photography and I know you will enjoy it.  I requested her permission to refer my readers to her lovely site this week and she graciously granted it.  Her blog site is and the title of the post is "A Sinful Woman Forgiven".

I hope you take the time to visit and become a regular follower of her blog.

I did get a card done for Word Art Wednesday and here it is:

I made the card using the color prompts from Ginny Maxam's site.  Her button is on the side.  Give her a visit too.

Have a good week.

Saturday, September 20, 2014


While riding in the car this week, I was listening to the Enlighten channel on the radio.  This channel plays only Southern Gospel music.  A song came on by a group called Greater Vision.  They sing many good, solid Christian songs and many of them minister to me. 

The song they were singing was called, “Faces”.  I felt impressed to share the words with you.  The words of the song help encourage me when I look back over my life and become discouraged because it seems like I have not done anything worthwhile for the Lord.  I think of the people who have crossed my path, the classes I have taught, the prayers I have prayed, and the other things that I have done for the Lord and cannot see the kind of results I had hoped for.  But God sees the big picture.  People come in and out of our lives and often our influence is never apparent to us. 

We must just keep on being God’s witness and reaching out to others.  It is not meant for us to see the end result.  Some things are known only to God.  But there will come a day when the books will be opened and we will see how much our witness has meant.  He said, “be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life”  Revelation 2:10.

I am not working for a reward. I just want my life to be an influence that will rescue some souls who are lost and turn them to Jesus.  When the time comes for the review of my life, will I see any faces of those who have found the Way because of me?

Here is the song.  I hope it will bless you and encourage you to keep trusting, obeying and working even when you do not see results.

Greater Vision

I dreamed my life was done
I stood before God's son
It was time to see what my reward would be
With love He reviewed my life
To count what was done for Christ
For that is what will last eternally

See I'd done my best to share
That Jesus really cares
And He would save if they just believe
Oh, but seldom did harvest come
And so few did I see won
Until the Lord said, "turn around and see."

Then He showed me the faces of the ones who'd come because of me
So many faces that my life had led to Calvary
All those years I thought nobody saw as I labored in lowly places
That's when Jesus smiled and showed me all the faces.

He said though you did not see the yield,
You were faithful to plow the field
At other times you helped me plant the seed
No matter how small the task, you did just as I asked
And thanks to you these souls have been set free.

Then he showed me the faces of the ones who'd come because of me
So many faces that my life had led to Calvary
All those years I thought nobody saw as I labored in lowly places
That's when Jesus smiled and showed me all the faces.

And for those years you thought
Nobody saw as you labored in lowly places
One day He'll smile and show you all the faces.
... the faces... you'll see their faces.

Here is my card for the week… 

Thursday, September 18, 2014

I tried another card for Word Art Wednesday

Fear not tomorrow...God is already there.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Just thought I'd give you a peek at my entry for the Word Art Wednesday challenge.

Hope you like it.  

Have a good day!

Saturday, September 13, 2014

How Firm a Foundation 

I love the old hymns.  Many of the old hymns praise God with such majesty.  Songs like, “Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty”, “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God”,  and on and on we could go.

One of my favorite hymns of all time is “How Firm A Foundation”.  The words of this hymn are taken from Scripture.  It is such a comforting song.  The first verse encourages believers to find refuge and a firm foundation in God’s Word - His excellent Word.  

Why do we need a new message when like the songs says, “What more can He say than to you He hath said” in His Word?  Everything is in His Word that we need to direct us and encourage us in our spiritual life.

How Firm a Foundation 

How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord,
Is laid for your faith in His excellent word!
What more can He say than to you He hath said—
To you who for refuge to Jesus have fled?

“Fear not, I am with thee, oh, be not dismayed,
For I am thy God, and will still give thee aid;
I’ll strengthen thee, help thee, and cause thee to stand,
Upheld by My gracious, omnipotent hand.

“When through the deep waters I call thee to go,
The rivers of sorrow shall not overflow;
For I will be with thee thy trouble to bless,
And sanctify to thee thy deepest distress.

“When through fiery trials thy pathway shall lie,
My grace, all-sufficient, shall be thy supply;
The flame shall not harm thee; I only design
Thy dross to consume and thy gold to refine.

“The soul that on Jesus doth lean for repose,
I will not, I will not, desert to his foes;
That soul, though all hell should endeavor to shake,
I’ll never, no never, no never forsake.”

Take a look at the second verse and then read Isaiah 41:10 Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.

Then again the third verse almost quotes Isaiah 43:2a When thou passest through the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee:

Again the fourth verse refers to the second half of that scripture, Isaiah 43:2b …when thou walkest through the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall the flame kindle upon thee.

But oh the last verse!  He will never, never forsake us if we lean on Him.  The word repose means,

      To lay; to rest, as the mind, in confidence or trust (to have trust or confidence in a person's
      constant truthfulness ) and to rest in confidence. (I repose on the faith and honor of a friend.)

What a comfort in our times of testing and trials.  He will never forsake us.  He is closer than anyone else can ever be.  It may seem like He doesn’t hear us when we cry out to Him during the hard times, but He said He will not leave us and we can bank on it

Look at what Hebrews 13:5 says, for he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.

I hears someone say something lately that has been a blessing to me, “The teacher is always silent during the test.”  Even when it seems that the heavens are brass and our prayers bounce back instead of going through, He hears and His grace is sufficient for our every need.

2 Corinthians 12:9 And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness.

How I love Him!  And I can trust Him!

My card for this week using Word Art Wednesday's verse Revelation 2:7.  The verse is hard to read since it is small.

Have a blessed week and remember that we can rely on Him in a world full of turmoil.

“How Firm a Foundation” was first published in 1787 in A Selection of Hymns from the Best Authors, which was edited by London pastor John Rippon. The melody is an early American tune, and the author of the text in Rippon’s volume is only marked as “K.” There are a number of potential authors, including John Keene, who was the music director at Rippon’s church.

Saturday, September 6, 2014


An event happened to me recently which made the following poem so real and personal to me. 

A lady attended church off and on for a while.  She always came in late and was dressed in beautiful clothes, yet they did not seem to match her or be a combination that was normally worn to church. 

Because she sat in another area of the church, we had never met.  She always came and sat with a couple that she knew.  She appeared sad and was quiet and reserved. 

One week she came in and the couple with whom she regularly sat had left after Sunday School.  She looked around and did not see them and I motioned to her and told her they had left because they did not feel well.  She turned and walked out the door. 

I realized that I should have invited her to sit with us. So I got up to go ask her to come sit with us and she was coming back into the auditorium.  I told her we would love to have her sit with us and 
she came and sat by me.  She listened attentively. 

At the end of the service I asked her name and told her she had such beautiful clothes.  Her response was that her ex-husband was very abusive and bought her beautiful clothes to make up for it. 

How easy it is to look at someone and form opinions when we do not even know what they have gone through.  Jesus was a person of compassion and we are to be Christ-like.  I know that in this present world we must be careful, but if we follow God’s leading when we someone in need, we can maybe be just the one that can reach them in their need.

I found out her address and sent her a card telling her that I was glad she had sat with us. That I knew she must have had a very rough time in life and that I would be praying for her.  If she comes to your mind it would be nice if you too would say a prayer for her.  God knows who she is so you don’t even need a name.

This brought back to my mind the poem below.

Judge Gently

Pray don't find fault with the man who limps
or stumbles along the road,
unless you have worn the shoes he wears
or struggled beneath his load.
There may be tacks in his shoes that hurt,
though hidden away from view,
or the burden he bears, placed on your back
might cause you to stumble too.

Don't sneer at the man who's down today
unless you have felt the blow
that caused his fall or felt the shame
that only the fallen know.
You may be strong, but still the blows
that were his if dealt to you,
in the selfsame way, at the selfsame time,
might cause you to stagger too.

Don't be too harsh with the man who sins
or pelt him with word or stone,
unless you are sure, yea, doubly sure,
that you have no sins of your own -
for you know perhaps if the tempter's voice
should whisper as softly to you
as it did to him when he went astray,
it might cause you to stumble too. 

Author Unknown

My card I want to share is

Have a wonderful week.

Friday, September 5, 2014

I made this card for the Word Art Wednesday challenge.

Truly God's Word never changes.

Monday, September 1, 2014