This was a fun swap! We had to take a picture of all the things in our pocketbook. So here it is. Click on each picture to read the caption.
My favorite picture of the month is my granddaughter, who is now 11 months. She is a joy and we just can’t get enough of her!
Aribelle is now almost 8 months old and she is doing well. She is a joy and every day that we get to see her is a happy day. Being a grammie and grandpa has been the best. I’m thankful to the Lord for her life and pray that she grows up to love and serve Him.
The newest entry in my art/Bible journal. Zephaniah 3:7 is one of my favorite verses. I love the image of the Lord quieting me with His love and rejoicing over me with singing.
I like the idea of Bible journaling…only not in my Bible. I do write in my Bible (it’s a wide margin) and underline but I don’t want to do art work in it. For the longest time I’ve kept a commonplace book; basically just a place to write down quotes that I have come across and want to keep. Last year I started a prayer journal. This isn’t a journal of prayer and praises (I have another for that) but a journal of quotes, Scripture, articles, etc., all having to do with prayer.
I am new to the world of mixed media but I thought my prayer journal would be the perfect place to try it.
I also tried my hand at mail art. I’ve done some before but mainly I use washi or just create an envelope out of scrapbook paper or old calendars. Here’s a recent creation:
I had fun putting it together. The images are from an old calendar and then I used some stamps that I had. I like the way it turned out!
And finally a birthday card and envelope that is heading out today:
When I started this audiobook, I thought it was going to be a biography of Lloyd-Jones’ life so I was surprised when his whole life story was completed by chapter one! But the story goes on in detail about Jones’ passion for expository preaching and the influence of that passion even to today. It was fascinating! You would think most preachers (and their hearers) would want expository preaching in their churches but that wasn’t the case. I admired his focus on wanting to preach exactly what the text is saying and not adding his own “spin” on it. He encouraged others to do this as well and I was saddened to learn that he was met with some resistance to this. But he did not waiver in his passion! I’m thankful for men like Martyn Lloyd-Jones and that there are others today who are following in his footsteps to rightly handle the Word of God.
At times the narrator, Simon Vance, seemed a little monotone but for the most part he did well. He kept me engaged throughout the entire reading and has a pleasant voice.
I would definitely recommend this!
I received this audiobook as part of the christianaudio Reviewer Program at christianaudio.com in exchange for a review.
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