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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Praising the Lord today for bringing our piano player, Sharon Russell, through open heart surgery with no complications!  She had 2 valve repairs (sounds like working on an car, doesn't it?).  She may feel like she has been hit by a car for sometime, but hopefully she will have no more problems the rest of her life!  The verse on my perpetual calendar for the day reads, "O taste and see that the Lord is good."  Psalm 34:8  And all I have to say to that is, AMEN!!!

Today's prompt for the Project Life 365 photo is Front Door.  So, be it ever so humble, here it is!  Really, though, no one but Tim and I use this door.  We use it to go to the mail box and I use it to change the church sign.....or to take this picture or pictures of my flowers when they are in bloom.  But, everyone that drives past the house has the potential of seeing this door.  And since we are representatives of the King of Kings, I like for it to look nice.  Hence, the wreath.  I used to have a grapevine wreath hanging there but I got tired of it.  And when I found this wreath at the thrift store for $1 (even though I originally had other intentions for the flowers on it) I bought it and hung it here.  Originally I was going to take the flowers off and use them on my canvas projects.  But I decided it was too nice to tear up and the flowers are so cheery and welcoming, too!

Taking this picture of the door reminded me of a VBS chorus that we usually sing:

One Door and only one
And, yet it's sides are two.
Inside and outside, on which side are you?

One Door and only one
And, yet it's sides are two.
I'm on the inside, on which side are you?

Jesus tells us that He is the Door that leads to eternal life!  It is only through Him that we will enter into the door of heaven!

Here's a cute Youtube video of the Cedarmont Kids singing and they added a couple of verses I have not heard before.

OK, here's a bonus photo.....a close up of my beautiful, dirt-cheap wreath!  Don't you just LOVE those colors together?!