Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Thought for Today

Each year Cayo Christian Academy in Ontario, Belize does A Walk Through Bethlehem.  
Spencer and I were impressed with the skits and the scenes this year...the kids did such a great job!  

May we each be as obedient to the Lord's will as Joseph was.

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  1. I am up with a bad cold and thought I would catch up on some blog reading. Your entries these past few weeks have done nothing to cure my insomnia, thank you all the same. :) Glad to see you enjoyed another lovely anniversary. That gave me an idea for a blog post of my own when I have time.... Thanks for sharing your journey with me. Merry Christmas! (And I love Lola's art, by the way.)

  2. A blessed and very merry CHRISTmas Alida... What a beautiful angel! A wonderful way to "Walk Through Bethlehem" and involve students!!!

    Amen... may we be as obedient to the Lord as Joseph and Mary,by this we show we LOVE Him! Hallelujah!

    Love, hope, peace and JOY be yours as you celebrate for you and yours,

  3. We are blessed to have Mary and Joseph as our examples of faith filled obedience to God! A blessed Christmas to you!

  4. Thank you for sharing the reminder. Blessings to you and yours.

  5. I reflected on that in my blog about how he and Mary wholehearted trusted in the Lord, love this quote of the day!

  6. This reminds me of my days participating in our church Christmas pageants....Being an angel to me was the role of a lifetime!

  7. Awwww - what a lovely illustration of this awesome gift from God :) Have a blessed Christmas! :)

  8. Merry Christmas to you sister and thank you for visiting me. God bless.

  9. Anonymous10:19 AM

    I love this verse, as I am always thinking about Joseph, this brave man we don't hear much about but who did all that God asked him, without doubting one second.
    Hope you are all ready for Christmas. Best wishes to you and your loved ones.

  10. Great verse and picture.

  11. Hi Alida,

    Mary and Joseph, in spite of their insecurities, let God use them…totally and completely. What a great reminder for us of the hardship and uncertainty of the first Christmas, and an inspiration to follow God with faith and obedience. Lovely picture!

    Blessings for a joyful Christmas and a New Year of health and happiness! :)