Thursday, September 21, 2006

My cup runneth over!

Thank you LORD!!


Prayer Warrior said...

Wow! That was a fiest, Yum Yum! I like it. ;)


Anonymous said...

Hi Jel ~~ Thanks for the comments and
both you and your hsband's liking the sound of my dinners. Thanks folks, you
would be welcome, but it is a bit far to come. Take care, Merle.

Tom said...

My cup runneth over so much I'm sippin from the saucer!

jel said...

it was a might fine meal! :)

Merle, not for a good meal!

Tom, I do know you don't I ,
I thought that picture before !

real good to see ya! :)

Natalia L. Rudychev said...

Looks delicious! I like the way you've arranged the frame that takes one inside the picture! Beautifully expressed!

rbj said...

Janice I agree with Tom ! I drink from my saucer regularly! Several months ago I had a doctors appointment and as I entered waiting room an old friend and his wife were sitting there! He asked me how I was doing and I replied I,M STILL DRINKING FROM MY SAUCER! There was another gentelman sitting there and he asked me to explain my remark that I made because he had never heard it .You never know when GOD will open the door for you to explain the best you can about HIS PLAN OF SALVATION. The last time I had any contact with him he had started attending church but moved to another state ! Thanks for the post it reminds us how great GOD is ! BLESSINGS ! RON.

lori said...

Thank you for this picture, it reminds me of God's goodness to me.

Beverly said...

A wonderful reminder of His grace to me.

Pastor Josh said...

That picture looks mighty tasty. Almost caught myself drool'n. Just can't wait to get to Heaven to see the table that God has set for us. Can't imagine all the food that will be up there. Have a good day.

David said...

Sometimes we need to just sit back and be thankful for what we do have.

Aurora said...

This is beautifully presented. I've had so many wonderful things happen for me this past week, I can really relate to overflowing thanksgiving. :) Nicely done.

Kc said...

Amen! (When I looked at the table I couldn't help but start to look forward to thanksgiving! ;-)

jel said...

aurora, thanks for stopping by, do you have a blog?

KC, that was thanksgiving dinner a few years ago, and it has a funny story with it, :)

TDavid, yes we do!

PJ, That is one dinner I'm looking forward too! I so want to see all my friends and family there!

Beverly, Lori,
hope this has been a blessing to you!

Bro Ron,
Hope you are doing well, and no you never know when God, will open a door!

thank you
God bless

Aurora said...

Jel - my group blog, Magnapoets, is being rebuilt. Hope to be regrouped by December when life slows down a little. :) In the meantime, I'm going to just enjoy what others have to offer.

John said...

I like the first part of that verse; God prepares a table for me in the presence of my enemies, and they can't do a thing about it. How awesome is that?
Excellent picture portrayal.

Anonymous said...

Hey Sis,
Do I recognize those chair or is it my imagination?

jel said...

so you recongnize the picture do ya

jel said...

Hi John,

Anonymous said...

The chairs tipped me off,but Jim's grandma's bowl sealed the deal. Great shot, again!

Anonymous said...

There were no enemies at that table!! That seems like foreverago!

Jim said...

The picture is ok, the verse is the greatest!

Pat Paulk said...

Janice I've read this many times, (and prayed it many more)but the with the photo of the feast it makes so much more real!!

jel said...

Jim, I agree with you there, the verse is the greatest!

I hope in some way it has.


Bob said...

Thanks for sharing this, and for your emails asking about us. Life has been crazy this month, but hope to have a new entry on my blog today. God bless you.


Rulan said...

I had a dream one night about the Wedding feast of the Lamb. It was beautiful.
Have a great weekend and watch out for dangerous stoves on the loose.

God bless.

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