My 3 boys and I

December 26, 2007

My Spiritual Gift/Wish List:

Filed under: faith,meme — by my3boysandi @ 7:50 am

I found this on Melissa’s blog

I like her “strongly believe in the power of prayer and I think this is a wonderful way we can support one another.”

“Ronie Kendig altered this CARDED meme to include a Spiritual Wish list so we can know how to pray for each other, both spiritually and physically. Isn’t that a great idea?”THE RULES:

I have only used part of this meme as Christmas has been and gone I wouldnt want to appear ungrateful for what I did recieve.

2. People who are “CARDED” need to write their own Blog about their 5 things & post these rules.
3. At the end of your Blog, you need to choose 5 people to get “CARDED” and list their names.
4. Don’t forget to leave them a COMMENT telling them they’re “CARDED”, and to read your Blog.

My Spiritual Gift/Wish List:
1. To this coming year join up again and stick with this bible reading programme

2. Make it a priority to read my bible daily

3. To show my love for my family better even when I am feeling down

4. Trust God more hes put us (the boys and I) together for a special reason. He expects us to correct our boys consistency.

5. Take my problems more quicker instead of sometimes after the fact

If you have read this and feel like sharing, please let me know.

I’ve Been Carded Meme
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6 Comments »

  1. […] My Spiritual Gift/Wish List: […]

    Pingback by Please Read « My 3 boys and I — December 27, 2007 @ 5:21 am |Reply

  2. Now that is a list I could live by.

    Comment by Leticia — December 27, 2007 @ 11:45 am |Reply

  3. There are many quotes if we read and heed them, Reading Gods Holy Word directs our lives, praying with faith is what he has instructed us to do. I know that I have been guilty of trying to limit the Almighty God to what I have thought to be the answer to my problems, He knows even the number of the hairs on our head or when a sparrow falls to the ground. Heard in a sermon not long ago, we take our concerns to Christs, then we take them back when he has told us that He will take the burden for us. Such promises. Reading his word and praying are essential for our spiritual health and therefore Satan finds a way to prevent us doing this. My prayers are with you and your family dear friend.

    Comment by Jan — December 27, 2007 @ 9:02 pm |Reply

  4. There are many quotes if we read and heed them, Reading Gods Holy Word directs our lives, praying with faith is what he has instructed us to do. I know that I have been guilty of trying to limit the Almighty God to what I have thought to be the answer to my problems, He knows even the number of the hairs on our head or when a sparrow falls to the ground. Heard in a sermon not long ago, we take our concerns to Christ, then we take them back when he has told us that He will take the burden for us. Such promises. Reading his word and praying are essential for our spiritual health and therefore Satan finds a way to prevent us doing this. My prayers are with you and your family dear friend.

    Comment by Jan — December 27, 2007 @ 9:03 pm |Reply

  5. thanks Jan HUGS

    Comment by my3boysandi — December 28, 2007 @ 6:33 am |Reply

  6. Letting go and giving it to God is one of the best things that we can do in our lives, yet it is often one of the things that we fight the most. It’s not easy to give up control. Spending time in His word helps us along on this path if we are willing to allow Him to lead us. May God bless you this year as you strive to seek Him and make Him a priority in your life.

    Comment by Devildogwife — January 9, 2008 @ 3:05 pm |Reply


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