Friday, October 17, 2008

a gift ...


9 comments:

Felisol said...

Yeah,
Thanks to our Lord for his eternal gift.
Felisol

Maggie Ann said...

And praise God for that unchangeable truth! Our Pastor said not long ago. ..that we all deserve to burn in Hell. Wow...what a harsh thing to contemplate...but it is true. Just shows all the more God's wonderful and amazing love for each of us. ~~~I'm trying to declutter again. How things pile up! We get two daily newspapers Plus the biggie Sunday paper and oh my...If I turn my back my hands seem to lay down more things...all these hobbies and such are like little armies of 'things' following me...lol..help!

Nancy said...

Thank god for His amazing grace that HE loves us so.

Cathy said...

Beautiful ~ thank God for His love for us.

Pat said...

What a priceless gift it is!

Fred said...

Indeed, a wonderful gift.

Little Montreal Girl said...

Yes our salvation is a gift that NOTHING can buy. I think of the rich young ruler that asked Jesus, "What must I do to be saved?" The truth is we can't do anything, but belive Jesus died to save us.

Sorry I don't mean to be preaching!!

Love,
Little Mintreal Girl

Rebekah said...

Saija,
I haven't written to you in so long! I just wanted to say that I am thinking of you today. I pulled the book off of my bookshelf that you gave to me "Who Calls Me Beautiful?" because I am planning on using it as a resource for a girls' Bible study that I am doing. I am married now and live in South Carolina with my husband. Unfortunately, I am not blogging anymore, although I have been working on putting a website together for the two of us (we're headed out to Utah next year as missionaries), and may add that as one of the features. Thank you for making a difference in my life!
~Bekah
(Bekahia on Xanga)

Maggie Ann said...

Hi Saija, My son brought me back two newspapers from Canada...I'm looking forward to reading them some more. For all the hours I've blogged today, I might have been able to memorize a few articles...lol. Ha! wishful thinking to boot. Whats your day like? Mine's as lazy as all get out. I still will send you pics of our son's home (inside) when I get over there next week hopefully. Its a man's world don't you know. No bathroom facilites there so I don't venture over too much. Afraid of stepping on a nail too.