Sunday, September 29, 2019

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1 Corinthians 15 is talking about Resurrection.

Then cometh the end when he shall have delivered up the kingdom to GOD, even the Father; when he shall have put down all rule and all authority and power. For he must reign till he hath put all enemies under his feet. The sting of death is sin; and the strength of sin is the law, But thanks be to GOD, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. KJV

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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Pictorial Tuesday 9 24 19 Link Up with some crafting



Happy Tuesday and time for some Photography Sharing. 

I've been getting back to walking because at Thanksgiving Day, there is a 5K that my daughter and her husband and family are running/walking in. I'll be doing the walking. Not up to running yet. So, while walking, it's always nice to see some wild flowers along the path. Had to stop and get some photos to share. 





For Crafts:

My door that goes outside from the garage has had blinds on it forever, and I wanted to do something different to cover the windows in it. I heard about frosted glass paint that you can get at (c)Walmart so I decided to try it and do a design. I'm happy with the way it turned out, and it blocks the view enough.


In the photo, it looks like the lines aren't correct on the left side, but it's because the screen door white is blocking some of the design. I also have another large window in the side of the garage that I'm thinking I'll probably do the same. The paint worked great and only cost $3.96.

 So much fun with the (c)Cricut. Latest sign made with putting the vinyl on the back side of the glass. May keep for the kitchen or give away or sell...not sure yet. I have so many frames that I've bought at the Thrift store at great prices so the possibilities are endless for making and selling on eBay or Etsy.

Found these two cute little pumpkins at the local hardware store. They look like covered with material, but they're just hard plastic with glitter, but so, so cute. I'm not much one for Halloween, but do like the Fall Harvest type decorations.



Now on to what you've been shooting. Pictorial Tuesday, if you're new here, is for photography, digital scrap booking type graphics, and photos turned into artwork using your photo software programs. Always family friendly please. Link up, and try to visit at least one other and say hi and maybe make some new photo blogging friends.

Cannot believe it is Fall already. Have a great week ahead. Link up link is below:
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Sunday, September 22, 2019

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Paul responding to a letter from the Church of Corinth.

So whether you eat or dink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of GOD. Do not cause anyone to stumble, whether Jews, Greeks, or the church of God-even as I try to please everyone in every way. For I am not seeking my own good, but the good of many so that they may be saved.

My observation of chapter 10: It's not what we eat or whom we share food with, but how eating it affects our conscience as a Christian, and to be mindful of how it might affect other Christians. "For the earth is the Lord's and everything in it." So all is good unless the one serving has by their manner, who they worship has made it unclean; then don't eat it if know it has been offered to an idol (i.e. satan), and not just from the marketplace.

My Application for this: If I know something is fine to eat, it is okay. All food from God is clean, but I still won't eat certain foods but because of personal human preference.

Prayer for this Sunday: Thank you GOD for all that is provided for us with your beautiful Earth. Amen.

Have a happy Sunday, and please share a scripture if you like in the link up below. Thanks.

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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Pictorial Tuesday Link Up 9 17 19 with some crafting


A plus of having corn fields all around. Pulled these off, sprayed with some clear acrylic hoping they don't yellow or weather too much. Added a raffia ribbon for a cute decoration. 


Found a new door wreath for this season, and added a raffia bow. Photo could be better.




Used the reverse canvas process with the (c)Cricut and made a couple of bathroom signs. 

Oh, and I did get my porch painted. Have put it off all Summer because of the heat, but had to get it done. Seems every year after it seasoned and I stained it since the hubby added to our house, I've had to paint it. Stained it several times, but now I just paint it. Where the water and snow lays seems to remove the paint. Looks great for now though.




Not really much this week for photos for Pictorial, but looking forward to your photography and craft sharings. Link up is below. Have a great Tuesday.
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Sunday, September 15, 2019

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Happy Sunday and time for this week's Scripture Blessings link up. Thank you for sharing. Link is below, and you're next. 😊
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Note: Texture background and Flower embellishment is from French Kiss Textures.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Pictorial Tuesday Link up 9 10 19 with some crafting



Not much for photography this Tuesday. The top is veggies that the son and DIL brought. They've been bringing me veggies from their garden all Summer. They gave me an acorn squash this Summer. Had never seen or had one of those. Pretty tasty and easy to make. They do theirs with a bit of butter and brown sugar in the middle once it's been baked. I think I liked it just plain the best or mixed on a salad.

A town near me has a Popcorn Festival the first part of September each year. However, you really won't find any popcorn. The first time I went years ago, I thought there would be loads of popcorn vendors with fresh hot popcorn. Mostly though, it's just vendors selling their wares and eating if you like fair type foods. I hadn't gone for years, but took the grandson on Saturday so thought I'd snap a couple photos with my phone.

Some crafting: They make stand up letters with the (c)Cricut to put on birthday cakes, so I tried one that said Fall to insert in my autumn silk flowers. Will be doing a better one once I get some glitter paper so it stands out better.


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Sunday, September 8, 2019

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I started re-reading the Bible again this year. At first I was doing my daily devotions and reading along with it. However, when I first started reading the entire Bible through in 2013, I followed along with a group called Good Morning Girls. I decided maybe I'd do better to go back and follow along what scripture reading plan they are currently doing. Luckily, when I checked their site, they are just starting the book of 1 Corinthians. They do the SOAK method (S-stands for scripture, O-stands for observation, A-stands for application, K-stands for kneeling in prayer). They provide the materials and I print off their plan rather than buying the booklets from Amazon. Anyway, I feel if I have a writing plan that helps me to stay on track with my reading.

S - Scripture above
O - (and this only my take on it and never intend to share for any influence): Paul is explaining that as a new Christian, we take baby steps. He is explaining that he and the other ministers are only vessels through which GOD teaches, but GOD will impart the knowledge through his spirit that swells in believers.
A - To know where the true knowledge of GOD comes. Not from men/teachers who put their slant on God's teaching, but from God as he helps to discern the truth through the Holy Spirit.
K-Help me to know when I'm listening God's voice, and not to fools and foolishness.

The Scripture isn't the complete chapter, but just one taken that spoke to me. Also, Apollos was a Jew that became a Christian, and ministered.

Would love to hear some methods you use to study.

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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Pictorial Tuesday Link Up 9 3 19 with some crafting thrown in

Found this on the computer from some years ago that I had saved. Some of it so true:

~ A MOTHERS LOVE ~
Dear First Born:
I've always loved you best because you were my miracle. You were the genesis of a marriage and the fulfilment of young love. You sustained me through the hamburger years, the first apartment (furnished in Early Poverty), and my first mode of transportation (feet).

You were new, had unused grandparents, and enough clothes for a set of triplets. You were the original model for a mom who was trying to work the bugs out. You got the strained lamb, the open safety pins and three-hour naps.
You were the beginning.
Dear Middle Child:
I've always loved you best because you drew a tough spot in the family, and it made you stronger for it. You cried less, had more patience, wore faded hand-me-downs, and never in your life did you get anything first. But it only made you special.
You were the one I relaxed with, and realized a dog could kiss you and you wouldn't get sick. You could cross the street by yourself long before you were old enough to get married . . . and you helped me understand the world wouldn't collapse if you went to bed with dirty feet.

You were the child of my busy, ambitious years, and without you, I would not have survived the job changes and the tedium and routine that is marriage.
To The Baby:
I've always loved you best because while endings are generally sad, you are such a joy.

You readily accepted the milk-stained bibs, the lower bunk, the cracked baseball bat, the baby book that had nothing written in it except a recipe for graham-cracker pie crust that someone had jammed between the pages. You are the one I held onto so tightly. You are the link with my past, a reason for tomorrow.

You darken my hair, quicken my steps, square my shoulders, restore my vision, and give me a sense of humour that security, maturity, and durability can't provide. When your hairline takes on the shape of Lake Erie and your own children tower over you, you will still be my baby.
Erma Bombeck

A few weeks before my hubby passed away, he bought me a (c)Cricut and the (c)Easy Press for my birthday. He gave it to me early, and then he passed away four days before my birthday. Below is some of the things that I'd already made with it. 
Some bags that I added the words bits n bobs to give to friends
A Welcome sign for the porch, and a sign on canvas for the bathroom
And loving YouTube, since the heat press pads are expensive, I found how to make my own tutorial.



                                                                 pads for the heat press
Razzy and I walk in the local cemetery so I decided to take some photos of the old head stones. Some are interesting the way they worded them back in the day, and many have the words almost all eroded off.






Below is a house now, but years ago it was the local Church. The people have restored it into their home so pretty. 


This is Razzy when we start our walk.




This is Razzy towards the end. I ended up carrying him. Day was just too hot for our walk.

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Sunday, September 1, 2019

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Not sure about anyone else, but I am so not ready for September, and Summer pretty much on its way out.

Happy Sunday though and time for sharing a Scripture Blessing to help start the week on a good note.
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