This is my Fifth TIME to WRITE TTOT –
Five is for GRACE.
Number 5 symbolizes God’s grace, goodness and favor toward His creations.
Number FIVE is mentioned 318 times in the Holy Bible.
Five is the number of grace, and multiplied by itself, which is 25, is ‘grace upon grace’ (John 1:16).
The Ten Commandments contain two sets of 5 commandments.
This week my focus is on GRACE.
I am thankful for these ten gift of GRACE today.
The sanitation workers. Our trash is picked up Tuesday night while we sleep..
My new VIBE mattress arrived and is now on my bed. I wake up with no pain for the first time in years.
Inspiring programs on TV. I love to watch John Michael Talbot each Sunday afternoon with my husband.
He is a beautiful singer, musician, and a Bible teacher who is a scholar, grounded in the progression and history of faith.
The inner knowing that God has a plan for my life. There is not a single moment in my life that He is not with me.
The poets who inspired my life work in poetry.
___ American modernists: Walt Whitman, Robinson Jeffers.
___European poet: Rainer Maria Rilke (German), Georg Trakl (Austrian), John Donne (British), Franz Kafka (Czech)
___Japanese poet: Matsuo Bashō (松尾 芭蕉, 1644 – November 28, 1694), He is the most famous poet of the Edo period in Japan.
My Aunt Jeanne played classical music on the piano for me when I was a small child. She gave me the gift of music. I am named after her ( Lynda Jeanne).
Quilts that were made by my cousin Kay Wallace of Chillicothe, Ohio. I have 3 of her precious hand made quilts.
Our Vet who takes good care of our 2 aging dogs, Miss Mitchell and Miss Dixie Tulip.
My husband, Bob, who helped me work all day yesterday in the flower gardens. Two can do twice the work of one. I am thankful for his willing heart.
The Dreaming Prayer is so much better than A bucket List: read it here!