Saturday, March 27, 2010

What a precious time of the year, sadness at the remembrance of Christ's cruel suffering and death.. for our place, where only Jesus blood shed on the cross could cleanse us from our sins. And joy, a lifting of the heart... to be set free from the condemnation of sin. Forever for those who repent and turn to Christ. I was reading my Bible and this portion of scripture just blessed my heart.

Matthew 27:50-52. Jesus, when he had cried again with a loud voice, yielded up the ghost...verse 53 And the graves were opened; and many bodies of the saints which slept arose, and came out of the graves after his resurrection, and went into the holy city, and appeared unto many. Wow, As soon as our LORD Jesus laid down his life for us, many were set free and came out of the graves. What a picture for the believer....set free from sin! Oh glorious such a horrible cost to our dear Lord. He was willing to suffer the agony of the cross for me. Nothing I could say here would be able to express my thankfulness and love for my God and Savior.

And on to household things, I finally after about 5 years was able to cut two large bunches of 'pussywillows'. I really like those things, don't you? Years ago we bought some cut branchs and I put them in a bucket of water and rooted them. Off we went from there. Its so nice that the 'pussywillows' keep for years if you don't mind a little

I am reading 'Kerry', a Grace Livingston Hill book. I am a long time fan of hers. I love the way she brings out the scripture in her stories. God used her in that way.~~~My wool is all plyed now, and I am casting on stitches with different size needles to see which will give me the gauge I want for a lace pattern. I've high hopes that I will quickly get to knitting the stole. Its been a good week, even with the overcast days, the daffodils are so cheerful...I wish they could stay around all year!



Dear Maggie Ann, I was so happy to be able again to visit your blog. It made my heart rejoice to read what you had written about our Lord.

I too, love "Pussywillows." I haven't had any for many years but I do love them.

Our sweet Great Grand baby, Hannah is coming along really good.She is just under four pounds now but she is improving with each passing day. Thank you for your prayers for her. love you, connie

val said...

Dear Maggie Ann, How your posting has blessed me today. I will meditate on your thoughts and be thankful again o our blessed Saviour for all that He has done for me. Thank you dear sister.
Please could you tell me more about the book you are reading as I am unfamiliar with the author.
Blessings! Val

val said...

Hello again!
Thank you for stopping by my blog Maggie Ann, I hope you enjoy the Send a Cow site - especially for helping children (either groups or just a grandchild) to understand the plight of families in Africa.
I have found that I can down load some of the titles of Grace books through the Guterman press. So when my son has time to show me what to do I will download one of the stories.
I hope you have a blessed day. I am so glad we have "met"!
Blessings! Val

Karen said...

What a beautiful post! Wishing you and your family a very happy Easter!!

Anonymous said...

I found you through Patsy's blog. So nice to meet you and I love your post today. I have a blog friend in WA state who has her own Jacob's sheep and does spinning, carding, felting etc. - I will give you her http address so you can visit with her also. Wishing you a happy Easter.

Anonymous said...

Her name is Kathy at

bennie and patsy said...

Have a reflected Good Friday and a Happy Easter.
Hugs Patsy

val said...

Dear Maggie Ann
The Lord is Risen!
He is Risen Indeed!
May you know His Risen presence to be with you!
Love and Blessings, Val