Saturday, June 20, 2009

Sunday Wisdom

"My Father, who has given them to me, is greater than all; no one can snatch them out of my Father's hand. I and the Father are one."
John 10: 29-30, NIV


lorhen82 said...

For me, I don't think there is a more comforting verse in the bible. I've always loved this one! Beautiful photo, Kim. ~Lori

Andrea said...

Good Monday morning, Kim! What a beautiful Father's Day word!

Thank you for your encouraging comments and your dear friendship. They mean so much.

I hope you had a wonderful weekend. You deserve it, as you love others and work so hard to serve them.

Many blessings to you as you being this final week of June.

With God's Love,


crochet lady said...

That is a very comforting verse. I look forward to your Sunday Wisdom verses, thanks for sharing them.

Andrea said...

Hi, Kim! I left you a little something on my new post. :)

God bless.


Bumpkin Bears said...

Hi Kim, hope you're well. I loved your photos of Charleston and that amazing oak tree, I love trees! Beary Hugs, Catherine x

Stephenie said...

I love this Sunday Wisdom post...It really just brought tears to my eyes...Thank you for sharing...

The Pink Birdhouse said...

Hi Kim, just getting caught up to all my favorite friends! Seems like I have again been missing out on some wonderful blog posts from you, like the kitchen gone to the dogs! How delightful. And your many pictured-post about Charleston. I LOVED it!! The photos were fantastic, giving us all a wonderful idea of what the tea plantation looked like. I had to love that trolley coming from Phila. (near my own old stomping grounds!!). Any time I see the name NJ or Philly, my heart beats a bit faster!! you must have had a wonderful time seeing the plantation. Your pictures made me feel as if I had been there myself. Maybe one of these days that will happen. I get to see so many fantastic places thru everyone's blog posts, and I have an ever growing list of places that I just would love to see some day! This is definitely one of them. Thanks so much for sharing it with all of us. My my, you really do live in a lovely corner of the world. hope all is well there with you. I do apologize for not stopping by more often. The summer days are hectic ones here for me, as they are for many, I am sure, and at times I do find it hard to keep up! I must be aging. :-) ciao, and a hug from afar, Debby