Sunday Stillness – Celebrating a New Year

Sunday Stillness – Celebrating a New Year

 

New-year-Psalm-145-7

They celebrate your abundant goodness
    and joyfully sing of your righteousness (Psalm 145:7, NIV)

Instead of my usual study from Titus, today I am only going to say blessings to all my readers, and thank you for your comments and encouragement.

We returned from our trip back home with colds and flu. So I’m not really up to posting something using my brain.

Sorry to be late today as well.  My brain was so muddled I was a day early in my posting. Head is starting to clear – I think.

But let us celebrate the New Year with a joy in our Lord and excitement what He is going to do in our lives.

Happy New Year!

Janis

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Happy New Year to everyone – Let us celebrate His goodness (Psalm 145:7).

Today is Sunday Stillness. Please feel free to link your posts about what God is doing in your life.

 



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11 thoughts on “Sunday Stillness – Celebrating a New Year

  1. Chris Malkemes

    Thank you, Janis, for remembering us in the fog of a good Canadian cold or is it cold Canadian Style. Anyway – hope you’re feeling better real soon. I decided to link up some good reading in my archives…no need for comments. You’re the best. Blessings, as usual, in Him ~Chris~

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  2. Hazel Moon

    I do hope your colds are quick to leave and that your family is better real soon. Thanks for the invitation to link up and it is my pleasure to post my true story here.

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  3. elizabethfstewart

    So many people I know have been sick this holiday season. We had it a few days before Christmas and the grandkids afterwards. Hope you are feeling better!

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  5. carolapv

    Dear Janis,
    I hope you are feeling better soon. I have 2 in my family treating colds with elderberry syrup and vitamin C. I’m looking forward to celebrating the goodness of the Lord with you in 2015. Thank-you for this link-up! Blessings,
    Carol

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