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

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Fall and Spurgeon

"A Bible that is falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn’t."
— C.H. Spurgeon
Have a great Lord's day
in typing this,
I am thinking
"Everyday should be the Lord's day"
Psalms 118:24
This is the day which the LORD hath made;
we will rejoice and be glad in it.
BTW, I am not sure when Iwill have my MRI
results. My medical care is not the most
consistent system.
Thank you all for asking and the prayers.
Will let you all know
You blog friends mean so much to me
I am so thankful.


Cathryn said...

Hi Deby. Glad you came by and visited my blog. I love the McCain/Palin sticker. I also like what you have written above the comment box. Well said. So you have had an MRI? I'm kind of out of the loop - I have just found your blog recently and several others that I am now following. And you have fibro too? Not much fun is it. I'm not as bad as some cases I have seen. Were it not for some of the medications I take - I don't know what I would do. Take care and I hope everything works out with the MRI results. Talk with you again soon. Lord bless, Cathryn in Kentucky

Linda said...

I do love Spurgeon. I am using his little devotional book for about the third time. He writes with such wisdom.
I'll be praying about those mri results.

Sharon said...

Still praying for you!

My hubby has been dealing with the VA lately and he came home and said, "Well, if Obama gets elected then we'll all have government healthcare and you can be sure no one will like it!" Anyone who has ever had to go through government red tape to get anything done should not be voting for Obama.

Suzanne said...

Hi Deby,
Thanks for entering your home in my Name Your Nest, I was so touched by how humble and encouraging your testimony was. How wonderful! I tried to visit your blog there but it is for invited readers only so I hope this is okay to post here:-)
God Bless!

Michelle said...

I surely hope my Bible is always in a state of disrepair.


I love the fall leaves. Their color is so pretty. I is going to get colder here Monday night, I believe. I can hardly wait.

I love Spurgeon. That quote is especially true. A worn Bible usually means someone has used it a lot. When I was young, I used to not want to wrinkle a page or put a mark on a verse. I soon leaned you can't really use your Bible consistantly and it not show. Now I am thankful for my well used Bible.

I hope you get your MRI results soon. I hate waiting for test results. I am still praying for the outcome to be to your good. connie from Texas

Sharon said...

I love that quote about the worn Bible. I hope that you get your MRI results this week and I pray that they are good.

Thank you so much for your sweet comments about my son's wedding! We had such an amazing time and are so thankful!

Hugs, Sharon

Mrs. Rabe said...

I love your Spurgeon qoute!

Have a great day!

Tori said...

Very nice, thanks for the great saying!

Mrs. C said...

Continuing to pray for you, Deby!

Sharon Kay said...

Love the verse about the old Bible. My bible is worn out all ready. Good luck with your MRI.

Donna said...

I'd never heard that Spurgeon quote...thanks for sharing. Praying everything will turn out ok.

HOPE said...

Still keeping you covered in prayer Deby and your brother.

I love the quote and so glad my Bibles are about to fall apart! Praise God for his word and the strength, healing and comfort found therein that keeps us in perfect peace and not falling apart!!