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Sunday, March 26, 2006


Nancy G.

Beautiful! Thank You!


What an encouragement! It is nice to e reminded of His incredible unfailing love for us!!! Thanks


Great thoughts, Deb! I love to see new (to me) thoughts from old, familiar verses. That's how it was with the verse in Revelation about God saving my prayers. Hmmm . . . does He have a very big collection, based on how much I pray?!


Susan, that same thing struck me! How many times have I read the Bible thru and never connected those words in the verse of Revelation with "saving my prayers." I guess I read it without meditating on it! In almost 41 years of being a Christian, the Lord saving my prayers is a totally new thought to me! Amazing.

Nancy, you're new to Mountain Musings. Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment. And thanks to my faithful friend and commenter, Chris. :)

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