Thursday, April 13

Thomas Nelson KJV Thinline Bible Book Review

Hi, Everyone!! Hope you're having a wonderful day! It was a bit chilly this morning, but it turned into a beautiful day.  I am so happy to enjoy the nice weather. I am loving seeing the plants coming up and start their blooming. I have some hyacinth's that have started a little early, but that's quite ok. I love to look at their beautiful colors.

I am up again for another book review. I am so enjoying this opportunity to read so many books, great books and writing reviews on them. I have a few that I purchased on my own that I will also be doing reviews for as well. Just a side note.  Upon agreeing to review this Thomas Nelson Thinline Bible I agreed that the opinions I am about to write are my own. I have to say that God'sWord is my favorite read of all to read. I have to say that the 10 point font is easy on the eyes; makes for reading a pleasure. I have to say that I love to see the words of Christ in red. I have always liked that even from my childhood. The double ribbon markers are a great asset to the Bible we always have more than one place we want to mark especially when our Pastor's are hopping around from passage to passage. Are they doing that to have a do a sword drill to get to know the books of the Bible better or are they getting their point home?? I think it's the latter of the two. Having Osteogenesis we have to sometimes think about the books we pick up; I mean the weight of them as they can fracture us easily. I must say this one is perfect in that far as easily for us to pick up. I am not saying that because it's a Bible, but the weight of the Bible is light. The maps as you can see are exquisitely done, they are beautiful, very detailed. I liked that in that some maps in other Bible's I have owned in past did not have as much information on them as these. I also found a year reading plan in the back of the Bible as well as 30 days with Jesus in there as well. While some may say once you've done them they're done, but not necessarily so as you can start the year plan from the end of the year and go backward, or do from the beginning. When you are reading the second time through God may show you some of the same things as the first time, but also some things you needed on the second time through. I love that God's Word is like that. You can read one scripture today and next week, next month read that same scripture and get something totally different from it. 

Grace & Peace,

Friday, April 7

Book Review Time!!! Magic of Motherhood, by Ashlee Gadd

Hi, Everyone!!! I hope you've had a wonderful day and are looking forward to your weekend. I love this time of the week because that means family and friends time.

Here we are at another time of reviewing a book. This one I have to say I wanted to read since it was brought to my attention. I am part of a Moms group at our church so if I come across books that are for Mom's I am on them to review them and share with the group.  I am thankful for our group of Moms as we can come alongside one another when a situation rises and ask for prayer or maybe council through a situation.  It is great to have a group like this to help us through things, to celebrate with us when we have something to celebrate. I didn't have this when my son was younger. I was on my own when something would arise I had to get through it.  When I didn't know what to do I would reach out to God. This is a good book so many applications to everyday life. I liked some of the funny things in there too, some made me laugh out loud as we had some happen even in our own family.  I enjoyed the pictures with the encouraging words they touched my heart in ways and I shared the book with other Mom friends of mine. I would recommend getting this book. There are some great gems.

Grace & Peace,

Tuesday, April 4

Coloring Book for little ones

Good Morning Everyone!!! Hope you're having a great start to your day.  I decided to try to make a coloring book for little ones. This I used my Cricut and Cricut pens. I really enjoy making things. This has 11 pages to color. I used Design Space to make these. A great book for traveling because it's small and doesn't take up much space. 

Sorry my post is short this morning; I thank you for stopping by!! 

Grace & Peace,

Monday, April 3


Good Morning Everyone!!! Hope you're having a good start to your week. May you have many creative times, many times of making memories. I know what a strange way to start out a post, but I wanted it to be something positive. We have had eventful morning as usual everyone trying to get up and get their days started. We learned of a fatal crash that occurred over the weekend; we lost a cousin. This is the link to the news story; Fatal Car-Pedestrian Crash.

I was reading my devotional this morning and it was talking about how one word in a Bible verse can sometimes make all the difference. It can make a difference in how we understand it, how we receive it, how it affects our lives. This word that I am speaking of comes from the verse found in Matthew 19:16 "Now behold, one came and said to Him, Good Teacher, what good thing shall I do that I may have eternal life?"  Think about that, "what good thing shall I do", that implies striving to receive something. No wonder this man went away disappointed! He was all about doing something good to get something great. Salvation is all about receiving, not getting. Salvation is about opening our hands and hearts to receive the mercy of God --- not because we did anything to earn it, but because God did everything to give it. 

Grace & Peace,

Monday, March 27

Bloom where you are planted

Greetings everyone! I just wanted to tell you how much I have enjoyed this devotional. I had an experience that when I read another devotional then this one I found they coincided. I love when God does that. I have learned to pay attention when He does this because I find there is a lesson to be learned. I found the devotional very relatable to my life in ways.  This one part stuck out for me; Gloria Gaither once said, “When we read of the great Biblical leaders, we see that it was not uncommon for God to ask them to wait, not just a day or two, but for years, until God was ready for them to act." I found this even true with God's healing. I had a medical mystery with my chest. This took over ten years to finally repair. I am happy now that things are better, but it was a long road; glad I kept my faith and trusted God for His healing. I am now able to help others that struggle too. This experience has changed me in so many ways. I am planning on sharing this with some friends. I was given a copy for my personal review. My review is my opinion alone. 

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