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Sunday, June 12, 2011

The Bride of Christ/Love Is..../Blue Monday

I love Pink Saturday and I equally love visiting Stephanie at Angelic Accents. She hosts the June Wedding Party. It is so much fun and I enjoyed putting together  my pink fantasy this weekend.
I had to take a break today because my middle daughter Rebekah turns 23 tomorrow and we hosted a barbeque for her this afternoon. Lots of friends and phamily. It was fun and I will post about it later.
So I thought about this post all day long running in and out of the house and preparing all the yummy food we ate.
So here are my thoughts on Spiritual Sunday today.Weddings can be very expensive and elegant. They can be simple and take months to plan! We recently all watched the royal wedding from London where Prince William married Kate Middleton. But one day we will all participate in the royal wedding of all royal weddings! Christ will be our groom and His church will be the bride. It will be an eternal arrangement that will last forever and ever. Many of us have wonderful earthly marriages and we worked hard preparing for our weddings. But we need to always remember that we need to focus on Christ and spending eternity with Him. I hope you know Him today.
"Let us be glad and rejoice and give Him glory, for the marriage of the Lamb has come and His wife has made herself ready." Revelation 19:7
Take good care of your heart and your honey! I love this gentle sweet reminder. Kim Caselli created these sweet little inspirational Love is...for her dear husband. They have made us smile for many years.
Welcome to Blue Monday. My middle daughter Rebekah was fortunate to see this group perform in Las Vegas and if you have not seen them she said it is well worth it to visit their show. The shows visual productions are centered on a trio of anonymous mute performers who appear in black clothing wearing blue latex face paint and bald caps on the heads. They play a mixture of idioyncratic, often percussive instruments. The performers must non verbally communicate and must have charisma and openness among other qualities they need to possess to perform. They were founded in the late 1980s.
I thought it would be a great Blue Monday tribute. I hope you will visit Sally and wish her well. She will be recuperating from a recent surgery and she is daily in my thoughts and prayers/
Please visit Charlotte and Ginger and thank them for hosting Spiritual Sunday. Then visit Marydon   and all the ladies at Love Is...
enjoy your week..

4 comments:

Jenny said...

Happy Birthday to your daughter! You sound like you're having a good time over there.

Marydon said...

What a full weekend you've had, sweet Anne. Happy Birthday to your precious daughter.

Had not heard of this Blue group before. Interesting type of presentation of music.

Today it is cooler, enjoyable & I got plants transplanted, yippy.

TTFN ~
Have a great week ~
Hugs & love,
Marydon

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Dear Anne, what a precious post! So well thought out and very fitting for the month of June. We should all truly think of our lives and living them as God would have us do.

Happy Birthday to your sweet daughter!

Love,
Stephanie
Angelic Accents

Charlotte said...

We saw some of those blue men walking around Las Vegas when we were there a few years ago but we did not see them perform. We probably should have. The little "love is" cartoon is cute.
I read your post about saying farewell. Is it the Blogger program you are frustrated with or blogging? If it is the program, you might want to try WordPress. I like Blogger and WordPress both. Each has features the other one doesn't have. I've thought about trying to combine my blogs but can't decide which one I would want to give up now that I use both.
Here we are at the end of another week and I'm just now getting around to some of last week's links on Spiritual Sundays. I hope you don't get too discouraged, and keep blogging.
Blessings,
Charlotte