December 31, 2007

After Christmas

Posted in Art Quilts, Positive thinking at 3:28 am by sewhisword

Christmas passed by so quickly and many of us got caught up in shopping and going to the mall. Decorating finally was completed and my heart was renewed because of God’s Greatest Gift to us all – the Gift of His Son.

Now that the new year is upon us, what will be the theme for 2008? Will it be “Don’t be late in 2008”? We should all take note that the age of information is upon us and it’s easy to forget that we can become distracted by the daily race at work and at home and take our eyes off of our Higher Calling from God.

There is still time, however, to reflect on His Gift of Favor and to be thankful everyday that we live in a free country. Who knows what will happen in 2008? We need to remain thankful for the blessings.

Here is the latest “Sew His Word” fiber art piece (5×7 print of original on 100% cotton, canvas backing, sold with easel on Etsy.com) http://www.pafiberartist.etsy.com

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3 Comments »

  1. Thank you for your comments. I agree, we are living in His favor. Isn’t it amazing? No matter what we do, or how much time we spend on shopping and decorating, He’s there…just waiting, ever so patiently. What loving God He is. Praise His name for the blessings to come in 2008. Happy New Year!

  2. mydevotional said,

    Hi Susan,

    Happy New Year…we are getting lots of snow tonight. This is really lovely.

    Talk to you tomorrow.

    Love, Karen

  3. karen said,

    What a riot! Ashley, me and Katelyn laughed when you said “Fiona is very bratty.” Love, Karen


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