...Biscuits, a term that is different between here and there. But let's try to prevent our lives from crumpling apart.
I guess you call them cookies in the US, Tom. This recording was made for a UK radio program.God bless you.
Thank you Kathy.God bless.
Oh yes my friend we enjoyed listening and especially the message. THANKS Yes when it happens again I will remember. This was a sweet visit. Down south in the USA the term biscuit isn't so varied, HOWEVER at times we do have a crumbly biscuit.....Sherry & jack, listening. Thanks for the prayers!
Thank you for your kind words here Jack and Sherry. This is a recording I made on UK radio years ago and of course here the biscuits are the hard crumbly ones. The soft ones are called cakes over here. I'm so glad you enjoyed the message.Prayers for you. God bless.
PS BTW I did enjoy 'Richard the Lion Liver'.....
Oh yes ... a (fictitious) ancestor of mine. More humour if you click GIGGLES AND FUN at the top.God bless Jack.
PS 2 Anchored off Spithead once (USN) I traveled to London and I did try Fish & Chips with Guinness and of course enjoyed it. ;-)
Fish and Chips are one of the favourite foods here in the UK. Although we now also have plenty of American fast food outlets like McDonald and KFC. God bless.
Dearest Victor,Yes, I am raised in a country where biscuits were well known, but not here where it is a mere form of bread!Yes, prayer is the main ingredient for a lot of things!!!Hugs,Mariette
Thank you Mariette. It is amazing how some words have different meanings in the US and the UK. Like potato chips for example.Prayers for you. God bless.
Victor, wish we could sit down one day and savor a cup of tea/coffee with some biscuits from my antique French biscuit box: https://mariettesbacktobasics.blogspot.com/2014/02/antique-french-gilt-metal-glass-biscuit.html
What a beautiful biscuit box. You must be very proud to have got it. I bet you make marvellous cookies.God bless you always, Mariette.
Great analogy, Victor. May our faith never crumble in difficult times.Blessings!
Yes ... I know what you mean, Martha. Life can be so difficult at times.God bless always my friend.
As ever, Victor, I really enjoyed this! Who among us can't relate to the image of a crumbling biscuit? BTW, is that you behind the veil?
Thank you for your kind words, Mevely.No, it is not me behind the veil. I look more like the photo in ABOUT THE AUTHOR at the top of this page. Rather handsome I would say!!!!!God bless you, my friend.
A good reminder because when things aren't going good you tend to be off guard.
You are so right Bill. When things go bad we focus on ourselves first.God bless always.
God bless, R.
When things get difficult and the Enemy wants to discourage me, i tell the devil that i'm going to pray in his teeth, and pray anyway, and pray more!
That's the answer to temptations - prayers.God bless, Mimi.
I PRAY FOR ALL WHO COMMENT HERE. God bless you.