What you do in your house is worth as much as if you did it up in heaven for our Lord God. We should accustom ourselves to think of our position and work as sacred and well-pleasing to God, not on account of the position and work, but on account of the word and faith from which the obedience and the work flow. ~ Martin Luther
What a sweet pillow, it has to make her smile. Even though I had an infant born as a preemie (who lived just a short time), I can't imagine what she must be going through right now.Thanks for the mention of Susan Wale's book. I read it once and had forgotten her name before I could write it down to look for on Amazon used books!
Rebecca,Your gesture is just lovely! I'm sure that they will bring on the tears, but I'm sure they will be happy tears drenched from you kindness!I loved this post, you had so much to say in such a wonderful way (I especially loved your conversation with Corynn) You are a wonderful person and sister- just so you know!!! :)
What a sweet idea, Rebecca. What a tremendous way to bestow hospitality on one who has been through so much. You have such a big heart.I cannot imagine what that dear lady is going through! I will keep her in my prayers.
Hi Rebecca:)The pillow is lovely--bless your heart. My prayers are with the Lady in your post:*(Julieann
I pray for a balm for that grieving mother.
rebecca,i just spoke with christy (my best friend, and julie's) and she talked on the phone with julie today. she received your pillow and it is one of the things that has meant the most to her. your hard work and kind gesture were all worth it - you have brought a smile to her face and warmth to her heart.thank you for showing God's love to my friend. you are wonderful.alison b.
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