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Saturday, February 12, 2011

He shall give you another Comforter, that He may abide with you forever-

- John 14:16

The Great Father revealed himself to believers of old before the coming of his Son, and was known to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as the God Almighty. Then Jesus came, and the ever-blessed Son in his own proper person, was the delight of his people's eyes. At the time of the Redeemer's ascension, the Holy Spirit became the head of the present dispensation, and his power was gloriously manifested in and after Pentecost. He remains at this hour the present Immanuel--God with us, dwelling in and with His people, quickening, guiding, and ruling in their midst. Is His presence recognized as it ought to be? We cannot control His working; He is most sovereign in all His operations, but are we sufficiently anxious to obtain His help, or sufficiently watchful lest we provoke Him to withdraw his aid? Without Him we can do nothing, but by His almighty energy the most extraordinary results can be produced: everything depends upon His manifesting or concealing His power. Do we always look up to Him both for our inner life and our outward service with the respectful dependence which is fitting? Do we not too often run before His call and act independently of His aid? Let us humble ourselves this evening for past neglects, and now entreat the heavenly dew to rest upon us, the sacred oil to anoint us, the celestial flame to burn within us. The Holy Ghost is no temporary gift, He abides with the saints. We have but to seek Him aright, and He will be found of us. He is jealous, but He is pitiful; if He leaves in anger, He returns in mercy. Condescending and tender, He does not weary of us, but awaits to be gracious still.

Sin has been hammering my heart
Unto a hardness, void of love,
Let supplying grace to cross his art
Drop from above.
By: Charles Spurgeon

Thursday, February 10, 2011

I Know How to Abound

"I know how to abound." - Philippians 4:12
There are many who know "how to be abased{belittle)" who have not learned "how to abound{plentiful)." When they are set upon the top of a pinnacle their heads grow dizzy, and they are ready to fall. The Christian far oftener disgraces his profession in prosperity than in adversity. It is a dangerous thing to be prosperous. The crucible{testing circumstances) of adversity is a less severe trial to the Christian than the refining pot of prosperity. Oh, what leanness of soul and neglect of spiritual things have been brought on through the very mercies and bounties of God! Yet this is not a matter of necessity, for the apostle tells us that he knew how to abound. When he had much he knew how to use it. Abundant grace enabled him to bear abundant prosperity. When he had a full sail he was loaded with much ballast, and so floated safely. It needs more than human skill to carry the brimming cup of mortal joy with a steady hand, yet Paul had learned that skill, for he declares, "In all things I am instructed both to be full and to be hungry." It is a divine lesson to know how to be full, for the Israelites were full once, but while the flesh was yet in their mouth, the wrath of God came upon them. Many have asked for mercies that they might satisfy their own hearts' lust. Fullness of bread has often made fullness of blood, and that has brought on wantonness{unruliness) of spirit. When we have much of God's providential mercies, it often happens that we have but little of God's grace, and little gratitude for the bounties we have received. We are full and we forget God: satisfied with earth, we are content to do without heaven. Rest assured it is harder to know how to be full than it is to know how to be hungry--so desperate is the tendency of human nature to pride and forgetfulness of God. Take care that you ask in your prayers that God would teach you "how to be full."

"Let not the gifts thy love bestows
Estrange our hearts from thee."
By: Charles Spurgeon

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Sweet Scentsy Giveaway

This giveaway is really cute, great if you have a little sibling, a little kids, or just want to keep it for "some day'". Any way, this blog is worth reading she has a lot of wonderful things to say. Enjoy.

Here is the link to her blog....


Sunday, February 6, 2011

Erin's Birthday

Erin turned 7 on the 4th. She is such a wonderful blessing and gift to our family. We just had a simple little family party. Here are pictures of our fun.....The birthday girl.. Birthday cake... Cute picture...Excited!! Gloves.... Aren't these cute!! I made the string and the fancies on the gloves. I thought they turned out really cute. Having fun with new toys.... Books... Mose, Jonah, and Jesus story's....More books... Puppy purse... She thought is was very funny.... To cute, but so silly.... Puppies.... A BIG puzzle..... A new game... Parana Panic.. It's a fun and funny game.....A baby buggy... LOL The bottles are fun, because they empty..... Not sure how this works????? Enjoying..... Drink/ I mean playing with the bottle.... This one is so cute, even if it is blurry.... Playing with the puzzle.... Playing the game..... This is a cute, but fun game.... LOL, the cake tasted great, but well it was you know a little messy. But I thought it very funny.... Hahahaha Enjoying the new baby buggy..... Funny, cute girl..... Happy birthday, My sweet little sister.....

Saturday, February 5, 2011


More picture from the walk. These ones are of Erin and Delaney. Silly sisters.. :) Just being silly..... Cute..... Enjoying the sunset..... Too cute...