Prayers for all this Sunday for joy and for healing. Having a holiday lunch with one of my dearest friends today. So grateful for the gift of friendship, near and far!
Naturally, I would prefer the pink or rose color! :-)This world of ours needs all the warm colors it can get, me'thinks. Especially at this time, in our Beloved Country.And thank you so much for keeping- on-keeping-on as it were. Our posts and our comments, are our form of sharing gentle hugs, with our Dear Blogging Friends. Which I happen to think is very important, at such a time of sadness in the news.Hugs...
Still praying and can't stop thinking about the events on Friday. A very horrible day. I will light my 3rd candle, I really should post a photo of my Advent wreath. xo
We continue to pray for those in Newtown. xo,Susie
I love the Advent. Such a good reminder.
Prayers today for all those that are holding back tears as they light their advent candles. Blessings to you- xo Diana
Prayers for a brighter tomorrow!
It's so important to remember that there is a difference between happiness and joy. Even when we're not happy about a situation, we can still have that inner joy that only Jesus brings! Someone has said "happiness depends on happenings, but joy depends on Jesus," and I like that very much! :-)
I ditto what Glenda said. Couldn't have said it better.
With all the sadness this weekend I am also reminded of the JOY in my heart! hugs, Linda
Advent is a fabulous time ---a time of anticipation... But---the events of this week have certainly put a 'damper' on our joy... God be with those people in Connecticut.Hugs,Betsy