From The Word

  • Matthew 18:2-5
    "And Jesus called a little child unto him, and set him in the midst of them, And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. Whosoever therefore shall humble himself as this little child, the same is greatest in the kingdom of heaven. And whoso shall receive one such little child in my name receiveth me."

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Tuesday, July 25, 2006



Well said! I would love to come to tea! Sometime when I am up that way maybe we can go shopping. A friend just told me about the turkey/chicken place near Dayton's Farmers Market and another place up 11 that has marked down items.


Blogging is great for reconnecting and making new friends as well.

What a neat idea, giving a blog as a Christmas present. maybe your sister just wanted to be understood. If you don't blog, you don't get it's draw.

Enjoyed the post.


Oh I'd love it! Count me in!


This was really nice to read. I'm so glad I discovered blogging. I've learned so much and have been so encouraged by the blogs I read. (o:


This was a great post, Deb. I enjoyed it. And should the Lord allow, I would be tremendously excited and blessed to be a part of a VA get-together!


Well...if our orders for Biloxi go through, maybe I'll start a blog so family and friends can keep up with us. I do enjoy reading your blog each the links to other blogs are fun to explore! Is your a/c fixed?


I love the idea of different family members blogging on the same blog!


Well said! I often wonder, if the Apostle John, while aging on the isle of Patmos may have had a vision of satellites....(angels?) beaming across the skies--hooking us all up! I know it's a stretch...but satellites look a little like what could be called an angel--don't they! No matter--I'm just glad that God uses the internet......for HIS glory!


Heather I.

I also love connecting with old and new friends via the blogosphere -- especially Amanda in Taiwan. It's so cool for me to see what her life is like as a missionary/ teacher living overseas.

I put my blog address in my Christmas newsletter last year and have reconnected with so many old friends on a much deeper level! :)


You said "we've finished the homeschooling years." Isn't it wonderful that we never stop our education through conversations, books, films, experiences and now the Internet!


Both of my sisters blog as well and it is the neatest thing to see their different personalities come out in their blogs.


You are right - it is very neat to 'meet' people from around the world and find out about their culture. I have several blogging buddies around the world.
Too bad thought that my family doesn't read English, otherwise it would be great tool for me to stay in touch via the internet.


I have only just had time to read this post, Deb! I'm glad you've been enjoying my Tasmanian angle. I really enjoyed reading your post on blogging. Thanks!

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