Monday, November 18, 2013

Happy Homemaker Monday

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The weather.....
Sunny, low fifties and    a good day to get the leaves raked..
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Right now I am....
really enjoying   having the time to actually  sit down and compose this post..Ive missed  blogging these past 2 weeks!

Thinking.... how wonderful it was  to  have some facetime with  my girls today!

Looking forward to...
 this week's end..On Friday  and Saturday our  church Benevolent committee  of which I am co-chair  will be   preparing and delivering over 50 Thanksgiving  Dinner  fixin's..including  turkeys,  5 pound bags of potatoes and  bags of    food staples... it is always   a special time to  put smiles on  the many faces  during this season.. there is so much need in the world.  

On my reading pile....
The Spirit of Python, by Jentezen Franklin
Daily Bible reading...  Ezekiel

On my TV..... 
reruns of Downton Abbey in preparation  for  season  4  beginning  early January
Hallmark Christmas movies

Blog Hopping
Heritage Schoolhouse
 Join Mrs. H.   for some  really  great  old-fashioned recipes and tips!
On my to do list....
Scrapbook Committee  work   for the Garden Club
facetime with the kids 
Bible Study

Looking around the house....
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 planning  for TURKEY DAY

From the camera:

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On my prayer list..... 
Our family, parents, daughter ,  Little Birdie*, son-in law, 
Our church, and church family 
our nation, leaders, 
Israel and the Middle East 

Bible verse, Devotional  or  thoughtful  words: from Andrew Wommack


In Romans chapter one, Paul calls himself a servant of Jesus Christ. Out of the six Greek words for "servant" used in the New Testament, Paul used one of the most slavish terms possible. The word used in this passage is "doulos" and comes from the root word "deo" which means "bind." Paul literally speaks of himself as a bondman or slave of Jesus Christ - a slave by free choice; yet owned and purchased by Jesus Christ.

The idea of being a love-slave by choice comes from Old Testament passages such as Exodus 21:2-6 and Deuteronomy 15:12-17. If an Israelite bought a Hebrew slave, he must set him free in the seventh year. However, if the slave loved his master and said, "I will not go away from thee," then a hole was to be bored through the lobe of his ear pronouncing him a bond-slave forever.

Jesus is the supreme example of selflessness - He puts others ahead of Himself.

We see clearly from Jesus' example, that the way to exaltation in God's kingdom comes through humility and servanthood to others. Christ's humiliation, displayed in His coming to earth as a man, is not only a lesson in Christology but also an example to all believers of what greatness in God's kingdom entails. Let this attitude of heart, taken from the example of Jesus Christ, continue to motivate all true believers in Jesus Christ.

The Creator became the creation; the Lord became the servant; the Highest became the lowest. All of this was done because of God's great love for us.

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