Monday, December 31, 2007
Saturday, December 29, 2007
- The Lord has always been and will always be completely trustworthy. You can always trust in His plans for you, and know that they are for your good, even if it doesn't always seem like it.
- God's plans for you are and will always be better than you could ever imagine, hope for, or plan for yourself.
Just trust in Him-He will never let you down!
Friday, December 28, 2007
Are you a Christian? Yes! :)
If the above answer was yes, how old were you when you became a Christian? I was 8.
What is your favorite Bible verse? I have so many favorites!! Proverbs 3:5-6 are very special to me, as is Proverbs 16:9. They're very comforting!
What is your favorite New Testament book? Acts
Who is your favorite Old Testament character? Ruth and Abraham
Who (with the exception of Jesus) is your favorite New Testament character? Paul for sure!
What is your favorite book and/or series? So Much More and Evangelical Feminism and Biblical Truth. I also love the Love Comes Softly series by Janette Oke.
Favorite movie- The Love Comes Softly movies, The Nativity Story and Pamela's Prayer(a movie on purity)
Favorite music-Hymns, Praise and Worship, and comforting piano music.
Favorite song- I have SOO many!! In Christ Alone, Before the Throne of God Above, None But Jesus, Come Thou Fount, Be Thou My Vision, etc. etc.
Favorite food-Chicken and almond soup and my grandmother's wonderful cornbread dressing.
Favorite subject in school-History!(thanks to Vision Forum!)
Favorite trip you’ve taken-to visit my precious great-grandparents in Indiana(in a really small town with nothing but corn fields and barns. :))
Least favorite book-I have no idea, so I'm just going to pick a book that I know I would hate: The Feminist Declaration
Least favorite movie-I can't really think of one.
Least favorite song-Songs that always get stuck in my head.
Least favorite food-Green peas! I can't stand them!
Are you trying to memorize any portion of the Bible right now? Yes!
If the above answer was yes, what is the reference to the portion you are memorizing?Proverbs 31:10-31
If you could change your name, what would you change it to? I love my name! If I was forced to change it, I would change it to Sarah Elizabeth, another name I love(and the name I want to give to my first born daughter).
Are you allergic to anything? If so, what? Nothing that I know of but pollen and ragweed.
Do you like to sing? Yes!
Do you know how to cook? Do you like to? Yes!! I LOVE cooking and baking. I enjoy trying out new recipes, and I see cooking as a way to serve those people around me, and to be a blessing to them.
Are you a morning person or a night owl? I'm too much of a night owl, and am working towards becoming more of a morning person.
Are you organized? Most of the time .:)
Do you like to read? I LOVE reading! It's my favorite thing to do. My room looks like a library. lol
Do you consider yourself creative? Sort of. I hope to become more creative in the future, though, especially in the area of frugality.
Are you fun to be around? I hope so! :) My friends tell me I am.
Do you play any sports? Yes If so, what? Only for fun; I'm not on a team or anything like that. I enjoy basketball, badminton and volleyball.
Do you email? Yes!
Now what time is it really? Woah!!!! 9:47!! (I promise I didn't peek!)
What’s the most recent song you’ve had stuck in your head? How Great is His Faithfulness
What’s the most recent trip you’ve taken? A family vacation to Indiana for Thanksgiving.
Ever been out of the U.S.A.? Yes. To Mexico.
Are you homeschooled? Yes, and I feel so blessed to be! I love it. And, in my opinion, it's the Biblical way to receive an education.
If so, have you always been? Yes
How long did it take you to complete this tag? 17 minutes
Have a great week ladies! I'm looking forward to receiving your questions!
Thursday, December 27, 2007
Here's one of the nativity ornaments on our smaller tree.
More pictures of our decor to come soon! I would love to see pics of yours as well!
Monday, December 24, 2007
(and a blessed New Year!!!)
I pray that all of you have a very blessed Christmas! I hope you all have a wonderful and enjoyable time with your family, friends and loved ones. May the Lord richly bless you during this holiday season!
(and I'm going to want to hear all about your Christmas! So, after Christmas-be sure to leave me a comment and tell me all about your celebration!)
Saturday, December 22, 2007
Wow, what a great question! To be honest, I didn't get the idea until back in June, but the Lord began working in my heart to draw me and lead me to start a blog like this back around this time last year. For Christmas last year, I received Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin's outstanding book, So Much More, from my parents. I read it, and the Lord radically changed my convictions in a lot of areas through the reading of that book. I began to look at the culture around me through different eyes, and began to see how so many many young women my age were being influenced by the horrible and detrimental heresies of feminism. The Lord began to show me the huge need of godly and feminine influences for these such ladies. It was then (back in June, or so) that I began to feel like the Lord was wanting me to begin a blog, one that would be an encouragement and strength for those ladies who have likeminded convictions, and also an edification for those ladies who have feministic beliefs. I didn't actually begin the blog, though, until August 12th.
Who is your favorite woman in the Bible?
Wow, can I only choose one?! That's going to be hard! :) If I could only choose one, I would have to say Mary, our Lord's mother. More than likely, she was around my age(15), when she became pregnant. Because she was unmarried, to be found pregnant (especially since she was betrothed) would have meant utter disgrace. She would have been looked down upon, ridiculed, and would have been the object of severe disdain and scrutiny. People would have criticized her and distrusted her. And, despite all this, she joyfully and happily submitted to her Lord's will and willingly and wholeheartedly trusted in her Master's plan. She knew that the people around her would look down upon her with disdain, yet she joyfully said, "Behold the maidservant of the Lord! Let it be to me according to your word." What an example! I desire to be more like her in my own heart and life. All too often, I worry over things and don't trust fully in the Lord as I ought.
Friday, December 21, 2007
Thursday, December 20, 2007
Monday, December 17, 2007
Have a blessed week!
P.S. What are your plans for Christmas this year?
Friday, December 14, 2007
I'm so sorry for this inconvenience! Please pray that our computer will be fixed and up and running again quickly. Thank you for your prayers, and I hope to be posting more soon!
Have a wonderful weekend and a blessed Lord's Day!
Thursday, December 13, 2007
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Wednesday, November 28, 2007
If so be ye have tasted that the Lord is gracious.
Thursday, November 15, 2007
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Tuesday, November 6, 2007
- Do you believe it is a sin to murder?
- Do you believe it is a sin to lie?
- Do you believe it is a sin to disobey your parents?
- Do you believe it is a sin to gossip?
- Do you believe impurity is a sin?
I'm sure you answered yes to each of the above listed questions. And, why did you do so? Because in God's Word, He clearly commands us to not partake in any of those actions. We believe doing so is a sin, because we believe that disobeying any of Christ's commands is a sin. Well, here's another command in Scripture: Women are to be homemakers (Titus 2:5, 1 Timothy 5:14). Why then are women suddenly up in arms over the fact that not being a homemaker is a clear sin? Because they have been influenced by the heresies of satanic feminism and its folleys. The Lord's command to not murder doesn't change just because there may be a huge number of murders taking place. Likewise, just because our culture has turned its back on God, and women are now flocking to the workforce, doesn't mean that not being a homemaker is all of the sudden ok. It is a sin to disobey any one of God's commands. Therefore, it is a sin to not be a homemaker.