Saturday, August 13, 2011

Take Action

This is a continuing thought of my last post.
Now these here young warriors, our practicing and doing what they know to do to be good soldiers.
Definitely not from a wax museum.
Alive and ready to implement the plan of strategy.

O beloved, I plead with you not to treat God's promises as something to be displayed in a museum but to use them as everyday source of comfort.  And whenever you  have a time of need, trust the Lord.

Go to the depths of God's promise,
And claim whatsoever you will;
The blessings of God will not fail you'
His word He will surely fulfill.
By Charles H. Spurgeon

How can God say no to something He has promised?
Blessings, Roxy


  1. I left a long comment on your previous post, which I loved very much, and this one caps it off so well;
    The blessings of God will not fail us... I am convinced more and more of His faithfulness and provision for us
    in these days. This is a great word Rox. Love all those boys... each one of them is so precious, and the analogy in the picture is great.... to me I see children and warriors in one, just what we are all supposed to be.

    Loved your comments on my blog, and I will tell the bear story next time I chat on the phone with you.
    Love Ya,

  2. Hi Roxy,

    I wanted to stop by and thank you for visiting my blog and for the *lovely* comment you left for me. (o:

    I had a very hard time visiting you though because your blog is not linked in your profile. I happened to see it listed in the blogs you follow or else I wouldn't have been able to come and visit you. I bet others have that same trouble and you would probably get more visits if you changed this. I think you can easily change it through updating your profile.

    I don't have much time to look around right now(gotta get off this computer! LOL), but I will *definitely* be back! It's always fun to 'meet' new bloggie friends. (o:


  3. Yes you are so right Roxy..... These boys are treasures! I love this picture! What a great word of encouragement you always bring to me. Thank you dear friend!

  4. Yay, you fixed it! It was very easy to visit your blog this time. (o:



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Blessings, Roxy