Thankfulness Challenge, Day 10

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I am going to do a short post each day this month as part of a self-inflicted 30 Days of Thanks Challenge. I encourage you to do the same. Feel free to nab the picture or make your own. If you can’t get this picture, but want to use it, send me an email and I’ll get it to you ASAP.

Day Ten

Today’s thankfulness post is going to be hard to summarize. I chose Pastor Jaderston for today. Continue reading

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Thankfulness Challenge, Day 9

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I am going to do a short post each day this month as part of a self-inflicted 30 Days of Thanks Challenge. I encourage you to do the same. Feel free to nab the picture or make your own. If you can’t get this picture, but want to use it, send me an email and I’ll get it to you ASAP.

Day Nine

If you haven’t seen the previous 2 days of thankful posts, you might want to reference them. Continue reading

Thankfulness Challenge, Day 8

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I am going to do a short post each day this month as part of a self-inflicted 30 Days of Thanks Challenge. I encourage you to do the same. Feel free to nab the picture or make your own. If you can’t get this picture, but want to use it, send me an email and I’ll get it to you ASAP.

Day Eight

As I mentioned yesterday, I’m part of a Bible Study. It’s called Bible Study Fellowship (BSF). BSF is an international, inter-denominational organization that produces Bible Studies for Men, women, and children. Where I live, there is a Men’s study and a Women’s study, both have children’s programs. It has been a great blessing to me to be part of the study. This is the 7th year I’ve been going and the second time I am studying the book of John. I am thankful to be part of a lovely group of ladies who I have learned so much from.

Is there a Bible Study you are thankful for? Have you taken up the challenge yet? It’s never too late to join in.

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Thankfulness Challenge, Day 7

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I am going to do a short post each day this month as part of a self-inflicted 30 Days of Thanks Challenge. I encourage you to do the same. Feel free to nab the picture or make your own. If you can’t get this picture, but want to use it, send me an email and I’ll get it to you ASAP.

Day Seven

I am a Children’s Leader in a Bible Study and the woman who is the Teaching Leader is amazing. Continue reading

Thankfulness Challenge, Day 6

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I am going to do a short post each day this month as part of a self-inflicted 30 Days of Thanks Challenge. I encourage you to do the same. Feel free to nab the picture or make your own. If you can’t get this picture, but want to use it, send me an email and I’ll get it to you ASAP.

Day Six

Just a note, these posts are not necessarily in order of most thankful for to least thankful for. For instance, if I were to do that, I should have put this one first, but it also seems appropriate for this post to go up on a Sunday. Continue reading

Thankfulness Challenge, Day 5

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I am going to do a short post each day this month as part of a self-inflicted 30 Days of Thanks Challenge. I encourage you to do the same. Feel free to nab the picture or make your own. If you can’t get this picture, but want to use it, send me an email and I’ll get it to you ASAP.

Day Five

Seth was our little surprise. Thirteen years younger than my previous youngest sibling and twenty years younger than me. Continue reading

Thankfulness Challenge, Day 4

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I am going to do a short post each day this month as part of a self-inflicted 30 Days of Thanks Challenge. I encourage you to do the same. Feel free to nab the picture or make your own. If you can’t get this picture, but want to use it, send me an email and I’ll get it to you ASAP.

Day Four

I am thankful for my sister Naomi. She is a beautiful, energetic, and efficient young woman. Continue reading

Thankfulness Challenge, Day 3

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I am going to do a short post each day this month as part of a self-inflicted 30 Days of Thanks Challenge. I encourage you to do the same. Feel free to nab the picture or make your own. If you can’t get this picture, but want to use it, send me an email and I’ll get it to you ASAP.

Day Three

My sister, Lydia, is the lucky person today. Although, my thankfulness will not only extend to people, it will be mostly people. Continue reading

Thankfulness Challenge, Day 2

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I am going to do a short post each day this month as part of a self-inflicted 30 Days of Thanks Challenge. I encourage you to do the same. Feel free to nab the picture or make your own. If you can’t get this picture, but want to use it, send me an email and I’ll get it to you ASAP. Continue reading

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Noah's Ark

At VBS this year, the kids learned about Noah and the flood. Many people believe Noah and the flood is just a children’s story. It isn’t just a story. It really happened, but I’m not writing this post to debate the evidences for or against a worldwide flood.

What I am here to write about is Noah. When God looked down on the earth and saw that the heart of man “was only evil continually,” He also saw that Noah stood against everyone else. Noah stood up for righteousness, he did good rather than evil.

Instead of destroying His whole creation, God had Noah build an ark so He could save the animals as well as Noah and his family. Why was this so amazing and hard for Noah to do?

Now no shrub of the field was yet in the earth, and no plant of the field had yet sprouted, for the Lord God had not sent rain upon the earth, and there was no man to cultivate the ground. But a mist used to rise from the earth and water the whole surface of the ground.” Genesis 2:5-6 (emphasis added)

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