random thoughts on chronic pain and life issues ... with the occasional weather report thrown in!
Saija - I really like your reminder of God's timetable; in the birth of His son, and in our lives!
I love your post artwork...it is beautiful! And how comforting that God's timing is perfect. How slow time seems to crawl by at times, and then poof, the years are gone. Ha ha...don't I sound like the old lady I am now. It will be all glory to live forever with God & Jesus...I look forward to that more and more, and wonder what it will really be like. Merry Christmas! (your Christmas card is on the way!)
What a beautiful blog Saija, I'm so glad I stopped by tonight.Merry Christmas!Sonja
I absolutely believe that! When I was young I was always in a hurry and felt everything had to be on my timetable. How blessed it is to know that God's timetable is the only timetable and that truly, nothing is by accident.Merry Christmas to you and Leo, I send a big hug wrapped in a Christmas bow!
Merry Christmas, Saija! Just dropping by to let you know that you and Leo are in my thoughts on this Christmas Day. Oh, I do love your header photo! Did you take that one, yourself? Any photo which can make snow look gorgeous is a true work of art to me...heh... Happy Christmas to you! Hugs, Debra
Everything is on time for those who wait on God's timetable.I do love this Saija... and even the words on the photo... the fullness of time... God is always on time. He waits for the appointed time.I also loved the quote you shared on your previous post, by Augusta Rundel... may I borrow it for my Christmas post.Saija, you will always be a special blog friend to me. Yes, as years go by we change our traditions to suit our current circumstances. I have done that over and over again...Your quiet heart and gentleness touch my heart deeply dear Saija.May blessings of peace and joy be poured abundantly on you and Leo as the year ends and as the new one comes in.LoveLidia
That is beautiful, Saija. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas, Dear.
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