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Friday, November 29, 2013
Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God.
(Philippians 1:3 NLT)
A little over a year ago, I made a commitment to blog on a regular basis. One of my favorite features has been Thrilling Guest Thursdays! I went back through the archives and gathered the first posts of each guest to thank them personally for sharing of themselves and their journeys with us here at Nourishment for the Soul. Some were one time visitors, who I hope will return again next year, and others have become regulars that we look forward to greeting in this place. Click on the guest name to revisit their words and their hearts. If you would like to find other posts from Thrilling Guest Thursday, just use the handy search gadget at the top right hand side of the blog and plug in "Thrilling Guest Thursday".
I am thankful for words and this place to feed on them, for readers, for comments, for guests, for blogger and for God giving us the ability to form friendships through words and common journeys.
Here's the guest list from 2012-2013:
Lynn D. Morrissey
The Urban Hermit
Elizabeth Anne May
Jody Lee Collins
Dawn Paoletta (Random Journal Day)
I have decided to move Nourishment for the Soul...you will now find me at kelrohlf.wordpress.com. I was ready for a new look and a new format. Please follow me over there. I will keep the archives up here for now. And I have transferred them to the new place, too. I am looking forward to seeing where God takes us this new church year, as Advent begins on Sunday. See you over at the new place, where we can continue the dialogue about words and the WORD!
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Take delight in the Lord,
and he will give you your heart’s desires.
(Psalm 37:4 NLT)
Please welcome my friend and fellow dreamer, Jeanie Kelley, as she contemplates her dreams, the lost ones and the ones hoped for. Brave woman!
If money and time were not an issue, what would I want to do ? The problem is that it is an issue. It has and always will be. I will be plagued from now on,but that is not where I am at. Today I am day dreaming of what could have been.
What could have been are the times of travel. I would love to visit Ireland, Scotland and Israel, but not in that order. To learn about the culture and to see some breath taking scenery. Since my favorite music is Celtic, I would like to see some of the places and towns that the music really brings out. Israel, for me, would be the best trip of all to see Jerusalem and The Mount of Olives.
Click here to see what else Jeanie dreams of...