Some Christians have faces so long that they could eat oatmeal out of the end of a gas pipe. (Don’t get mad at me. This quote is attributed to evangelist Billy Sunday). That’s how I felt last week and I don’t even like oatmeal!
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Some specialty cakes are served with a small token of some kind to represent the Christ Child. Others are shaped to remind us of the baby in swaddling clothes.
That may have been the goal but what happens when your cake comes out of the oven looking more like Herod on a rampage? People so easily get the wrong idea!
Do not be sad and gloomy if a card you do not get.
The truth is I am busy and have no time to sit
But thoughts of you regale me with prayers for one and all
So consider your are Christmas’ed right here on my blogging wall.
Christmas love to all -Brenda Wood
Enjoy your little ones. They will be big before you know it. Appreciate what you have before it turns into what you had.
Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him. (Psalm 127:3a, NIV)
Parents are you trying to determine your adult child’s lot in life? Get out of the way, pray and let them find their own way to Jesus.
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Here’s my favourite stew recipe which is also in my latest book, The Food Lover’s Devotional. This recipe beats your favourite take-out on speed dial
1 ½ pounds stewing beef, rinsed and patted dry
Small jar of sweet pickled onions, drained
4 large carrots, peeled, cut in large chunks
4 medium potatoes, peeled, quartered
3-4 tablespoons salsa
1 can of cream of mushroom or celery soup
Layer the ingredients in crock-pot. Put the lid on, set the dial on low and simmer for four to six hours. It feeds four to six people but easily multiplies to feed a crowd.