Saturday, August 05, 2006


THE LORD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU!
THE LORD LET HIS FACE SHINE UPON YOU,
AND BE GRACIOUS TO YOU! THE LORD LOOK
UPON YOU KINDLY AND GIVE YOU PEACE

Numbers 6:24-26

7 comments:

Wystful1 said...

My heart felt thanks for posting this. Made my day fill with warmth and sunshine.

Happy Sunday.

Jon Cox said...

Absolutely beautiful! That is exactly right!! :o) Thank you so much for your comments on my blog, I appreciate it so much! It really means a lot to hear things like that! :o) Congrats on your ribbons as well! :oD Thank you again!

Dee O'Neil Andrews said...

Hi -

I don't know what your name is other than jel, but thanks for dropping by Finding Direction earlier and I hope you'll come back. I don't know where you live in Missouri exactly, but I once lived in St. Louis for several years when I was a littl girl. Good place to be.

I also don't know how you know Greg, but he's a "new" blogging friend of mine, so I've a lot to learn. But anyone who keeps company with him (based on what I've read that he's written from his heart) will most likely be someone I'd like to know, as well.

Cheers! Dee Andrews

P. S. I love the scripture your current post. When my dad died we had the song "The Lord Bless You and Keep You" as the closing benediction on all those who had come. I would like to have it the same one when it is my time to leave this earth.

Jim said...

You are doing good with that Saturday post. It keeps with your blog purpose very nicely.
I added you to my sidebar as a new blog I read. Is that ok?
About the Buffalo search, it wasn't revealing about Buffalo. It picked up those weirdos but Peter said it was probably a spammer that infiltrated them all.

I thought we go through Buffalo on the way to Nebraska when we come up from Joplin on the way to Iowa or Nebraska, but that isn't right.
Buffalo is north of Springfield, once in a while we go through there coming up from Eldorado and Little Rock instead of Fort Smith and Joplin.
This last time we went across to Memphis, St. Louis, then up to Springfield Ill.
Coming home we took I-29, I-35, and I-45 so we missed Buffalo all the way around.
Probably we were in Buffalo last time either in the winter when I-40 was icy or in a spring when we stopped to see a cousin in Lake of The Ozarks.
Anyway I behaved there because I hear Buffalo is pretty tough on Texans and displaced Nebraskans.
I couldn't find much excitement there by Googling.
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Mile said...

Nice blog !! I liked a lot =]

Rulan said...

Great post, sister. God bless you.

David said...

thank you for the blessing - it comes at a good time.