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  • Isaiah 58:11
    "The Lord will guide you continually, and satisfy your soul in drought, and strengthen your bones; you shall be like a watered garden, and like a spring of water, whose waters do not fail."

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Tuesday, April 11, 2006



So many 'older' women (older than me anyway) have been such a blessing and encouragement to me. When I first got married I left all the friends of my own age....I was the only young lady under 35 in our church. But the Lord showed me some wonderful things through placing me with those of other ages.
P.S I see you have a wedding coming up....hope all goes really really wellxxxxxxx


Wonderful entry! Thank you so much for sharing your insight on this topic. :)


Interested in a senior citizens' discount? ;)

Ohhh... I just got my first direct mail from AARP! Can you believe that?!

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I just have to smile to myself when I hear younger women (in their college years or soon to be moms)spouting off their thoughts on how things should be. Then years later, you hear the same women admitting how lacking in wisdom they were. I'm so glad God imparts wisdom into our heads as we is really cool to hear it and to start to be the one sharing a little (teensy tiny bits) of it that I've been able to store up. Thanks!



Hello Deb!
I was just doing some writing on that particular verse (Psalm 16:31) yesterday! That is a verse the Lord gave me when my first gray hairs started to appear and I would reach up there and "pluck" them out! :) God let me see that the gray hairs could become my "crown of glory" IF they were found in the way of righteousness. I memorized that verse and that has been my prayer ever be found in the way of righteousness.
Thanks for sharing!



Wow, several of us used the same scriptures. I remember replying with "I'm almost....", now I say, "gee, I don't know - how old am I again?" lol

Great Post!


Susanna and Nicki, welcome to Mountain Musings and stop by again if you have a chance. Thanks for leaving a comment.

Christie, thank you for visiting again and for your comment. I read your post for the CoB, too, but the blog wouldn't let me leave a comment. I'll try again.

Bet, I don't mind the AARP notices so much any more and have been tempted to join! But just wait til those pre-planned funeral propositions start arriving. I've gotten 2 of those now!

Rachel, thanks for commenting. I like it when I hear from you :) I'm glad you enjoyed the verse and have memorized it.

Blair, thanks for stopping by. I appreciate your comments.

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