Good evening y'all! I do hope that you are enjoying a fabulous Saturday with the one you love. I know I am. I hope you are having some sunshine today. The weather, now that is a subject and a half, isn't it? We got up this morning with an inch or so of snow and when the sun came out it really blasted the snow away. But, it still feels really cold. I keep having warm, spring thoughts and that brings on hot flashes, (hahahaha) so I just believe I will quit thinking about the weather and play in my craft room. How's that? Sounds like a plan to me.
So, play in my craft room, I did! We are having a Bridal Shower for one of our young ladies at church tomorrow after morning services. I had gotten her gift and started to just go ahead and buy the usual small note card to go on it with some kind of bow. I thought, naaa, don't want to do that. I'll see what I can come up with, and then if necessary, I'll buy something. So I took out my Cuttlebug and some dies and a couple of hours later, here's what I had.
As I leave you this evening, I desire to remind you of this, "The only safe place to build your life is on God's Word." That goes along with our Sunday School Lesson for tomorrow. As a matter of fact, it is the point of the lesson. We live in a world that believes in no "absolute" standards of right and wrong, but, God IS the standard! The way we live our lives, is based totally on our belief system. If God is first place in your life, it will show, if He isn't, that will show also. I challenge you to read God's Word for five minutes a day. I challenge you to start with the book of John. John talks about the deity of Jesus Christ. I love the book of John for that reason. I challenge you to read it deliberately and slowly, letting what you read sink in to your soul. That's the best way to build your life on God's Word and it's also a great place to be, in God's Word. Ok, y'all, who's up for a challenge? Call it the "Love Challenge". Let's take this challenge, y'all! You are loved! Jesus Christ is our One, True Love!
Hugs Y'all, and much love, Patty