Wednesday, March 12, 2014

what a wonderful afternoon...

we hit at least 72F here yesterday...
and you can see the trees are starting to bud...

I did get to spend some time out there...

just sitting in the sunshine...

loving the clouds that don't have snow in them...

plenty of shadows with an afternoon sun...

I sure hope you had some of this...

I sat on the deck for only just a bit...

I wanted out in the sun...

got my walks in, too...

just soaked up the outdoor sounds...

and sights...

Bebe waiting for papa...

getting so bored wearing the brace...
sees the dr again neck week for another xray to see how things are coming along...
he has pt today at the hospital after work...

its 3:00 in the morning here...
and I am finally going to head back to bed...
thunder storms started around 10pm and have been going ever since...
so far, its still rain...
and it has poured...
some the thunder shook me right out of bed...
every creature we have was up and not happy...
so, I have been up baby sitting so the guys can sleep...
they are settled down right now, so I am sneaking off to bed!
;)
there will probably be snow when I get up again...

5 comments:

Steve Finnell said...

IS ACTS 2:38 SUBJECT TO INTERPRETATION?

Should Scriptures be interpreted or should they be read and understood? When men claim that Scriptures are subject to interpretation, what they normally mean is subject to explanation according to their denominational view point. Case in point Acts 2:38.

God's Point of View: Acts 2:38 Then Peter said to them, "Repent, and let everyone one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall received the gift of the Holy Spirit. (NKJV)

Man's Interpretation: Peter said to them your sins were forgiven and you received the gift of the Holy Spirit the minute you believed. Repentance and water baptism follow forgiveness from sins and reception of the gift of the Holy Spirit.

God's point of View: Acts 2:38 Peter, "All of you must turn away from your sins and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ. Then your sins will be forgiven. You will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.(New International Reader's Version NIRV)

Man's Interpretation: Water baptism is simply an act of obedience and is not essential to the forgiveness of sins. Receiving the gift of the Holy Spirit precedes repentance and water baptism.

God's Point of View: Acts 2:38 Reconsider your lives; change your direction. Participate in the ceremonial washing of baptism in the name of Jesus God's Anointed, the Liberating King. Then your sins will be forgiven, and the gift of the Holy Spirit will be yours. (The Voice VOICE)

Man's Interpretation: Bible commentaries and church catechisms are more accurate than the Bible.

God's Point of View: Acts 2:38 Peter replied, "Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ so that your sins may be forgiven. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. (The Thompson Chain-Reference Bible NIV )

Man's Interpretation: God is not smart enough to guide men into an accurate translation of the Bible. It has to be explained by Priests, Preachers, and denominational leaders.


WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO TRUST, THE BIBLE, WHICH IS GOD"S VIEW OR MAN'S INTERPRETATION OF THE BIBLE?


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Willow said...

Well my goodness i have nothing quite so profound to say as the first comment , but I would be jumping for joy if it hit 72 degrees here any time soon !

Jettie said...

Love the sunshine and 72 degrees, sorry the thunder shook everyone awake.

Susie said...

Tete, I know about that thunder...I was up a couple times checking things out. We had rain and now wet damp heavy snow. Big bummer, after sitting on the porch and walking around yesterday evening. I loved your photos. Can I ask you something...was your husband arm broke before or after you did PT on him?? LOL. When my brothers were young , they sneaked off and played on a trailer down the alley from us. George brought Charles home and told mom, "I think his arm is broke." Well mom spanked his butt before she took him the hospital. LOL He always says, "my arm wasn't broke till mom got a hold of me." Laughing just thinking about it. Blessings for a better day tomorrow girl. xoxo,Susie

Tessa~ Here there be musing said...

Glad you had the nice afternoon. We did also. But today is a whole different story.

Oh well, nothing we can do about it. So I'll probably do some baking today. We are "out of everything." :-)

Ahhhhh, I see it's St. Patrick's Day here, in your blog. :-))))