SUNDAY SCRIPTURE

See that no one repays anyone evil for evil, but always seek to do good to one another and to everyone. Rejoice always, pray without ceasinggive thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. 
1 Thes 7:15-18

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  1. Anonymous says

    Do you have a picture of yourself on the blog site? I am the one that has you confused with Pat…Thanks!! ;-)

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  1. says

    Good morning, Yvonne!
    I am home sick this morning with a cold… Luckily, we went to the evening service last night. Watching this video was such a gift, Yvonne. I will share it on our church’s facebook page and on my own. What a great and modern delivery of a life-giving message!
    Thank you so much!
    ~Maria

    ps. I read a lot of articles this morning about Pinterest’s Terms and Conditions – Thank you for putting a “Pin-it” button on your pages… I may only pin from sites with a share/pin button from now on…
    pss. I’ve been making the laundry soap you pinned a while back. It’s excellent! I found a similar blend at The Fresh Market, it was $13.99 for 2 lbs!

  2. says

    Yvonne,
    Powerful message!
    Not only during the Season of Lent, but any Season!
    Your Scripture Sunday has always been a highpoint of my day of Worship…welcome back, dear friend!
    Fondly,
    Pat

  3. Anonymous says

    Yvonne,
    G.O.S.P.E.L. out, girl :-)

    I am one of those people who is slowly finding my way back, and I appreciate you sharing the video with us today. I also had my kids watch this with me.

    And . . . I was also one of those people who *selfishly* wrote to you in the comments when you announced you were not going to continue on with the Stone Gable blog . . . that I needed you to stay. And I was sad, because I needed you to help me find my way back.

    Now, you are back. And I am here, too. Thank you.

    On a lighter note, I have big plans for the Leprechauns “hitting” my house next Saturday. The kids are wondering what mischievous acts they are going to render this year (the milk and toilet water always turn green)!!! Have you started building your Leprechaun traps???

    And we have our Easter egg craft basket started. I have been shopping for silk ties at Goodwill. In addition to our onion-skin dyed eggs and food-colored dyed eggs, we are going to try silk-dyed eggs this year (ala Martha).

    We dig you, Yvonne!

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