Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Psalms 65:8, 11

"Thou makest the outgoings of
the morning and evening to rejoice.
Thou crownest the year with Thy goodness."

God gives us richly all things to enjoy, while He Himself is His own best gift, and to be enjoyed not in a way of duty, but in the simple, natural realizing aright of what we possess in Him. -J.M. Campbell


Anonymous said...

Apparently I haven't been keeping up with your site lately. Happy Birthday to you and to the other other recent birthdays in your family.

What nice comments about you from your family and your friends.

And what a nice picture of you and your dad with the beautiful roses.

You are such a talented young lady and obviously have a wonderful influence on those around you.

Plus, you not only play the harp, Chopin on the piano, take wonderful pictures and choose such meaningful phrases and scriptures ----but you BAKE. Cinnamon rolls by any chance?

Wishing you and your family the best. May God's hand always be on our shoulder and his love surrounding your family.

Your Old Threshers Fan

Brittney said...

That gorgeous picture goes along sooooo beautifully with those quotes! Great job! You're so talented! ;)


Becc@ said...

Beautifully fitting!
I agree with Britt...!;)
God bless you!

Rachel Marie said...

Yes! So beautiful!

Abby Berg said...

ah i love it. gorgeous picture!!!

Anonymous said...

Where do you find all those nice quotes? So beautiful!! Are these echinacea from your garden? God be praised for His amazing creations!

Grace <><

Bethany said...

I love that picture! It is very lovely. I like your name too! :D

Anonymous said...

your blog is really encouraging. That's awesome; thanks.

Anonymous said...

It was wonderful to meet you and your family tonight. God Bless you.

Anonymous said...

Hey do you have messenger?

Bethany said...

Grace -- no, the flowers are not in our garden (though don't I wish!) but in a neighboring park here in town. And the quotes usually come from books I read, though there are a few exceptions.

And Monica -- it was so fun to meet you the other night, too! And no, I don't have a personal messenger ID.

Blessings to you all!

Anonymous said...

Ok thanks Bethany.