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Friday, May 25, 2012

Memorial Day Sharing

Memorial Day is here again. This is another American holiday. We do have several people from other countries who share with us on Spiritual Sundays. Sometimes I tend to forget this when talking about one of our holidays. This weekend is Memorial Day weekend. Even if your country doesn't celebrate this holiday, you probably have a day to remember those who have given their lives in service to their country.

One thing every country has in common is the one who died for every one of us. He is the reason for this blog. The crosses in the cemetery in the picture above is a reminder of this.

I'm glad you're here reading this post. I hope you will all be blessed whether by sharing a link to a post on your blog and/or by reading what others have shared.

As I state each week, if you are new to Spiritual Sundays and would like to link a post on your blog here, please read the instructions by clicking on Linking Info under the header picture. Everyone is welcome.


Friday, May 18, 2012

Welcome to Spiritual Sundays

So many special posts were shared last week for Mother's Day. Mother's Day is a happy time, but it is also a sad time for many. For some it is both happy and sad. You may have read the comment last week by Whidbey Woman, aka Coni. She has shared with us regularly for a very long time and now she is going through a very difficult time in her life and as a result is not blogging right now. Please pray for Coni and her family. In fact, I hope you will go to our Prayer Request page and pray for others on that list. I try to keep it updated. If you have a special request, please let me know and I will add it to the Prayer page.

If you are new to Spiritual Sundays and would like to share something on your blog by linking it here, you will find instructions by clicking on Linking Info under the header picture. Everyone is welcome.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Welcome Back Again

Last week we had 83 entries. That is the largest number in a long time. We had a lot going on around our house last week and I didn't get around to visiting everybody although I did visit most of the links. I'm writing this on Thursday evening. After I schedule this to go on in the morning I'll visit a few more links. Each time I visit a different blog, I think Wow! I'm glad I didn't miss this one. They are all so good.

Sunday is Mother's Day. I want to take this opportunity to say "Happy Mother's Day" to all the mothers. My children and my hubby always make that day very special for me. I am looking forward to it.

If you are new to Spiritual Sundays and would like to share a post on your blog, please click on Linking Info under the header picture for information. Everyone is invited.


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Yet those who wait for the LORD will gain new strength; they will mount up with wings like eagles, they will run and not get tired, they will walk and not become weary. - Isaiah 40:31 (NASB)

Friday, May 4, 2012

Blue Links

I'm assuming the links here on Spiritual Sundays show up the same on your computer as they do on mine. They are black until I click on them and then they are blue. So to start out, the links are all black. I want to give you a challenge this week to see how many of them you can turn to blue. Of course you could just click on each one, go to the blog and not actually read what was shared. That would be cheating and I know you wouldn't do that. It takes me several days to visit all the links. Most weeks they are all blue by Thursday but once in awhile a few black ones remain. I know it takes a lot of time to visit all the links and most people don't have that much time to devote to visiting other blogs. But ― I hope you do visit as many as you can because you will be blessed in doing so. I promise you.

I'm glad so many "liked" the new Facebook page for Spiritual Sundays. There are 34 likes now. The number of followers of this blog continues to grow as well. 450 is the number now. Linky followers and Facebook followers are also growing. Numbers in themselves are not important. The important thing is that they represent people and people are important.

If you have not shared here before and would like to, please click on Linking Info under the header picture for instructions. Everyone is welcome.


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Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. - Matthew 11:28 (KJV)