Appreciate, Drool, and Rejoice

I can't keep up with the gifted and creative cooks in my circle of blogging friends. But I CAN appreciate their talents, drool over the results, and rejoice in the blessings of God to all of us.

Here is part of the meal we will be eating today. To read more about it, visit my Power, Love and Self-Control blog.

And let us all be truly grateful for what God has generously supplied for us.

Galatians 6:4 "...then (s)he can take pride in (her)self, without comparing (her)self to somebody else..."

9 comments:

  1. I am truly grateful for every need He supplies.

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  2. Rebecca, I love to cook and I do think it is one of my (few) talents. I try to use it to serve my family and I'm also involved in the meals ministry at our church. However, I L OVE the simplicity of summertime meals. Bring on the cantaloupe, fresh tomatoes, and sweet corn!

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  3. Rebecca, This is a beautiful photo! I had the privilege of eating from Donna's garden as well this week. Yum!

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  4. Rebecca...These are beautiful!
    You can 'keep up' with my cooking!! I eat out!
    When my husband gets hungry, he goes and gets in the car!
    Smiles to you from Jackie

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  5. I don't know where "Donna's garden" is but if I lived near her, maybe she'd allow me to glean from it!!! hee hee hee

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  6. Those tomatoe's look good. My brother-n-law gave Frank and i some tomatoe's yesterday and i was very eager to slice up one and eat it because i have not had a good garden tomatoe all season. Well, this tomatoe looked perfect and i sliced it with thr utmost care, sprinkled a little salt on it and....boo hoo...it had no flavor. :-( It is nice you can cook. Frank is the cook in our family. I fear when he gets weaker he will suffer from my cooking. Thank you so much for your wonderful comments and insight to my doodles. I look forward to your comments. :-)

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  7. Rebecca, thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I really appreciate your emphasis on simplicity. I, too, want to "know and follow hard after" Jesus!

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  8. There is nothing better than fresh produce!

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  9. Am off to visit you other blog....love the photo and have a great weekend....:-) Hugs

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Writing a Song a Week #3

Writing a Song a Week #3
♪ I wait for the Lord; my soul waits and in his word I hope. My soul waits for the Lord more than watchmen for the morning ♪ (Psalm 130:5-6)