A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.
Proverbs 25:11

Monday, June 11, 2007


Thank you to Lalle of Lalle's cottage for pointing out where this picture came from:
it was done by Becca of Bluebirds and Roses:

I found this picture on a blog ...and cannot remember which one....Just thought I would share someone else's work. I think it is cool that they thought outside of the box..

Maybe it isn't your style but I do think the transformation is neat.

Kind of like when you get saved.....you are a ugly old dresser..and then the Lord starts the process......His WORD convicts and starts to change you....listening to good Godly preaching changes you, praying changes you, the Holy Spirit convicts......and Voila' before you know it....you are turning into someone that is beautiful INSIDE and OUT.....and the process takes a lifetime. I do believe though, it can be slowed down by our disobedience or times when we think we can do it ourselves. There can be setbacks by our sin.....I am so glad that God is faithful and HE can see the finished project and even though, the process sometimes HURTS as we are in it....IT WILL BE WORTH IT ALL....

Today COULD be the day....The Trumpet could sound and we WOULD BE OUT of HERE ? Would you go? ARE you sure? Are YOU ready to meet JESUS?

IF you aren't sure...Email me at: yesipray@gmail.com


e-Mom said...

What a phenomenal object lesson. I like the "after" much better. Yes, we are washed white with the blood of the Lamb... and our sanctification is a lifelong transformation process. Great word! Hugs, e-Mom

Maxine said...

I like them both. But you are so right. Good to see someone take the opportunity to witness. Blessngs.

Julie Fink said...

The transformation of that dresser was beautiful! And the transformation of our own lives after we get saved is a beautiful thing too, isn't it?

Debbie said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. I have enjoyed your blog. The dresser is beautiful and a good example of what God does in our lives.


I am most postive that I will meet him in the air or through the death of this body but I know without a doubt that I have been saved by the Grace of God, and I know that Jesus paid the price for my redeemtion. It was paid for by His own blood on the cross of Calvary When He took my sins on His own body and paid the price that God required. A perfect(without sin) sacrifice for a sinful woman, me. Thank you God. connie from Texas

Anonymous said...

Thanks for visiting Just Jayne. This is a beautiful example of what the Lord does for us when we aceept His son.

javagirl1111 said...

Feel free to add anything you want from my site:)

And I LOOOOVVVE the transformation of that dresser! My mom and I were just talking about it last night!

Sandra said...

Oh wow, it's amazing and you're so right, the transformation that God does in our lives is phenomenal :)

Have a great day,

Pam said...

What a great analogy! I do love the new white dresser! It would work in a cottagy home or victorian romantic!