Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Change?

This is a picture my girlfriend in Maine sent me a few years back. She used to live near this lake. Beautiful isn't it? Autumn makes me think of change and in this past election that is what citizens of America voted for...change. Check out this link: http://www.parentalrights.org
I have signed the petition at this link and I hope you will too. Please read the article as it has important information that I think some Christians may not be aware of (I myself was not aware). Christian parents are concerned about the future. Since America has voted for change, I fear the change coming is not good change. I feel people are moving away from God toward a global society in an effort to have peace. Here is another article that I found interesting regarding this subject: http://www.glennbeck.com

In spite of all that is going on in the world, autumn is here. It continues to give us beauty and bounty each time it comes around. I am so thankful for the seasons, each one has its own special quality. Autumn makes me think of pumpkins, pie, apple cider, sweaters, colorful leaves, hot soup and cozy blankets. I am so blessed that even with the world the way it is, I can still enjoy God's blessings. They are new every morning!

1 comment:

Aaron and Rachel Smith said...

I wanted to stop in and say hello! Thank you for the nice comments that you left on my blog. I will mention you and your health in my prayers. I too have had complications after this surgery. I am just returning home from two days and a night in the hospital with a severe bladder and kidney infection that I somehow caught due to my recent surgeries. These infections are causing me a lot of pain right now. I am also having a battle with my fever. It keeps spiking up to about 103.9. I was allowed to return home today. My husband is taking good care of me and making sure that I take my many medications. The number one concern right now is keeping this fever under control. As long as we can the doctor says that I won't have to return to the hospital. If it continues to spike, I will have to go back. I am so thankful for the Great Physician watching over me. Even during these difficult times, I know he is watching over me, and that gives me great comfort.

Enjoy your day!