"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Sunday Scripture ~ Lamentations 3:22


Who is He of whom such gracious words are spoken? He is the Good Shepherd...He has a tender heart, and any weakness at once melts His heart. The sighs, the ignorance, the feebleness of the little ones of His flock draw forth His compassion.
Charles H Spurgeon

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4 comments:

  1. Lindo e acalentador.
    Beijo
    Ju

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  2. Happy Sunday to you over there as we still have Sat. going on. It's about 759 pm right now hubby is taking a 'cat nap' was out side all day long trimming trees & hauling everything over to the free land-fill. In the mean time I was making a great supper garden salad with an extra tomatoe cut up on top. fresh cooked bacon to gey mixed in the thr fried potatoes & then the lobster . This I took all of the outer shell off & rinsed it well, melted butter & added garlic-herbs, mixed that, then took the lobster and rolled it in the butter mixture, put on under the broiler skin side down for 3 min & then turn it over for another 3 min, very, very delicious, so yes we will have a grand weekend & so will you.Chris from Wisconsin, USA

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  3. And it's a good thing, isn't it? If I had to stand on my own, I would be in DEEP trouble!

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