Sunday, June 7, 2009

Sunday Wisdom

"He who guards his mouth and his tongue keeps himself from calamity."
Proverbs 21:23, NIV

12 comments:

Queenmothermamaw said...

Amen. Amen. Life can be so wonderful.
QMM

Bevie said...

Oh yes, so true!!!

English Cottage in Georgia said...

Beautiful picture and friendly reminder...Proverbs is my favorite Book of the Bible.

TattingChic said...

So true! I loved the scripture that you shared last Sunday, too. I think I forgot to tell you that.

lorhen82 said...

This is a good one to listen to...key work LISTEN!! ~Lori

crochet lady said...

Guarding what we say is essential to peaceful and gracefilled living.

Deanna said...

Blessings Kim,
So enjoyed the Saturday virtual Tea Party.
Glad you had this.
I'm going to meditate on this scripture that you've posted.
Good food for thought.
~Deanna~

Draffin Bears said...

Thank you Kim for a lovely post.

Also many thanks for a Tea party, it was fun.

Have a great week.
Hugs
Carolyn

Bumpkin Bears said...

very wise words indeed! Your tea party looks fabulous too, I can almost taste it! Catherine x

Andrea said...

Yes, sweet, wise words to live by!

Kim, the pictures of the tea party are so beautiful! I can see how diligently you worked and how lovely everything was! You are a very talented lady.

Your home is perfect, and the food looks amazing! Nothing could have been better!

My only regret is that I was unable to participate, but I enjoyed the pictures so much!

Many blessings to you as you work this week! May each day bring you much joy and happiness in the Lord.

In His Love,

Andrea

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Hello sweet Kim! Thank you for coming on by! I am glad you enjoyed my crowns. Even if you do not collect crowns, listen, you are a queen because you believe in the KING OF KINGS! Thank you ever so much for always giving a kind and wise word. Blessings, Anita

Bertie said...

Oh my goodness! I could have written your profile!!

I have no idea how I got here, but I'll be back.

Come visit me and see how much we have in common!

Bertie
Aunt May's Cottage