Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Word Filled Wednesday ~ Cord of Three Strands

Why is it that we feel the need to "do life" on our own?

Yes, I know, people are messy and complicated, but if we want to fully embrace the life we've been given we need to lock arms first with Christ, then with other believers.

I love the picture this paints for us and am so very thankful for the colorful cords of friendships that are woven into my life in real life, online and all over the world...thank you for being one of those colorful cords!

For more absolutely incredible love offerings head on over to the Internet Cafe Devotions site, you will be so blessed by your visit!

A note about WFW ~> Please understand WFW is a love offering to Christ. Our art, our photography, our verses, our prayers. WFW is a way of remembering HIS word. IT’S ALL ABOUT HIM.

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  • Winning With People, John Maxwell

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