Beautiful, Victor-Thank you for sharing.Blessings!
Thank you, Lulu.God bless you always.
Dear Victor! Oh, I am sorry it has taken me so long to revisit here! For some strange reason, I have stopped getting your posts via email, along with all other bloggers who use blogspot...our ISP tech support has looked into it extensively, and no one can figure out why, but I had wondered why you hadn't posted (silly me, you HAD posted, but I didn't realize it until after I figured out it was ME who was not getting them!), along with other bloggers I subscribe to, and finally I figured it out. I miss getting your posts! You are always such a blessing to me...both here and in the comments you leave on my blog. So, today, I went back and found an old comment you had left for me and it directed me here, as I couldn't remember the exact address of your blog. Anyhow, here I am, and I wanted to explain my absence. I will try to visit you as often as I can to see if you have posted. I am so frustrated with not being able to resume and continue my subscriptions. God bless you this Easter season, Victor, and thank you for your faithfulness!
Thank you so much for your kind comments, Cheryl, and for returning here to visit me. Your visits and comments are much appreciated.I don't understand much about computers and it is a mystery how they behave sometimes. I often hit mine hard on the side to make it work; but it doesn't always help.May I suggest you put my Blog address in your "favourite" or "Benchmark" folder so it is always there. That's what I've done with your Blog address.You can also find my address on Google+ here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/107136891260247542991/postsHave a blessed Easter week, Cheryl, and God bless you and your family.
Great idea, Victor! I am still learning all of this, so hope I did it right. I don't want to lose touch with you. God bless you, and have a wonderful day!
You're so kind, Cheryl. Your words touch my heart.Have a blessed Holy Week and a Peaceful Easter. God bless you and yours.
Thank you Ashu. God bless you.
I'm glad you posted that Victor. I have a little story about it. You remember my six year old son. I had a couple of videos of him at my blog recently. At his school the other week, which is Catholic, the older kids (not my son) put on the living stations of the cross. I took my son Matthew with me to watch. After each station, they sang that: "Jesus, remember me, when you come into your kingdom." Now my son repeats that all the time. It was so catchy, the little prayer is ingrained in him. I'm saying it all the time too.
Thank you Manny for this touching story. I'm so please that Matthew likes this song. I hope you can hear the hymn in the background of my Blog. I'll live it for the whole of this week.Perhaps you can play it to Matthew so he can sing along.About the poster above. These posters are given free in our church this week for us to put on our windows at home so that passers-by in the street can see them and remember the significance of this week.Have a blessed Holy week. God bless you and your family.
I'll let him hear the song. He'll like it. And that is a good idea by your church handing out those posters. We should do it too.
Thanx Manny. We also have posters for Christmas.God bless you and your family.
He is risen indeed ... blessings on you and yours, Victor.
Have a blessed Holy Week and a Peaceful Easter to you and your family, Linda.God bless you all.
I PRAY FOR ALL WHO COMMENT HERE. God bless you.