>Good morning, Saturday!
It is very cold this morning; I am still on my pj’s and coffee is almost ready; I am ready to bake some orange scones for my family, I am sure they would love to wake up and find some warm treats… I will be back in a minute.
Here I am ready to enjoy the day; the scones turned out great! You should give them a try! (Petra, if you are reading this…I thought about you while baking them, hope one day we could have a real “tea- party” with our friends!)
Today I want to share with you my grateful note….
I am grateful for my dear friend Eileen, for all the effort she has been putting into writing our Philippians study. She has done an incredible job, and has put a lot of effort into it. This is the first time I have studied a book like this, and I have learned a lot. It has been a joy to dig into the Scriptures and treasure these words in my heart.
If you have not followed the study I encourage you to start it today. It is here for you, take advantage of it; I am sure you will be blessed and you will also exercise some discipline into the constant study of the Word of God (there is homework for 5 days of the week). You can start on the introduction, or directly into week one.
I wrote this prayer after one of the studies (based on Philippians 1)
Have a wonderful Saturday, dear friends.
Around the corner.
I have been reading this series by Sharon entitled Parenting with Humility from A to Z, maybe, if you have time, you would like to read it:
Parenting with Humility from A to Z – part one-
Parenting with Humility from A to Z – part two–
Parenting with Humility from A to Z – part three-
Parenting with Humility from A to Z – part four-
And Trisha has posted today a very insightful post about parenting, No Cookie Cutter Children. You don’t want to miss it!
>Beautiful prayer, and yummy scones! Sounds like a blessed morning 🙂
>Dear friends, thank you for stopping by today. I love to hear what you have to say!Have a most blessed evening!
>Thank you, Becky, for your thoughts and your thankfulness. When, by God's grace, He lets us peer into His indescribable perfections, we sense just a crumb of the joy we will one day have in His presence. I yearn for the day when there will be no more hindrances – my own sinfulness – in worshiping Him. Also, I wanted to say "thank you" for visiting my blog, your kind comments and for linking to the parenting posts on my blog. I pray that God can use them for His glory.All for Him,Sharon
>Wonderful poem. I love Philippians and the message of our citizenship in heaven!
>You captured the spirit of Philippians so well in your prayer. Thanks for sharing that with us! Beautiful.
>What an inspiring start to your day, Becky! Scones, His word, prayer..Beautiful!