Thursday, August 19, 2010

Cute Babies..........

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. Jeremiah 29:13 Is your prayer life consistent? Is it rich and rewarding? Do you see measurable growth in it? If not, Francois Fenelon, a 17th-century Frenchman, tells us how to pray and get results. It's a tried and true formula worth following: 'Tell God all that is in your heart, as one unloads one's heart, its pleasures and its pains, to a dear friend. Tell Him your troubles that He may comfort you; tell Him your longings that He may purify them; tell Him your dislikes that He may help you conquer them; tell Him your temptations that He may shield you from them; show Him the wounds of your soul that He may heal them; lay bare your indifference to good, your depraved taste for evil, your instability. Tell Him how self-love makes you unjust to others, how vanity tempts you to be insincere, how pride hides you from yourself and from others. If you thus pour out all your weaknesses, needs and troubles, there will be no lack of what to say. You will never exhaust the subject, for it is continually being renewed.

Monday, August 2, 2010

"Truly I say to you, Unless You turn around and become as young children, you will by no means enter into the kingdom of the heavens." Matthew(18:3)

Friday, July 30, 2010

Happy Friends day to my lovely friends................:)
Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever.
1 Chronicles 16:34

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

God's painting.................Hope u will enjoy :)

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Monday, July 19, 2010

God doesn't call us to work for Him but with Him, and that guarantees your success. You say, 'But I don't have the ability.' No problem: 'Not that we are sufficient of ourselves...our sufficiency is from God, who also made us sufficient.' You say, 'But I don't have the finances.' No problem: '...God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that in all things at all times, having all you need, you will abound in every good work' (2 Corinthians 9:8 NIV). You say, 'But I don't have the strength.' No problem: 'I can do everything through him who gives me strength' (Philippians 4:13 NIV)

Thursday, July 15, 2010

"Rejoice in the LORD, you who are righteous, and praise his Holy Name."
Psalms 97:12

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. - John 3:16 How happy to feel that we are loved by our Almighty...............

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Give Him the first part of your day. The Psalmist wrote, '...Early will I seek thee...' (Psalm 63:1). If you don't learn to give God the first part of your day you're unlikely to break through to a deeper relationship with Him. You must set aside a specific time and place each morning where you can read and write comfortably, think, study, talk to God out loud, and yes, weep if you need to....

Friday, June 25, 2010

Lift up your eyes on high, and see who has created these things... Isaiah 40:26
GK Chesterton wrote: 'The world is not lacking in wonders, but in a sense of wonder.' It's said that if the earth were as small as the moon its gravitation wouldn't sustain our needs. On the other hand, if it were as large as Jupiter its extreme gravitation would make human movement almost impossible. If we were as close to the sun as Venus the heat would be unbearable; if we were as far away as Mars every region would experience snow and ice nightly. If the oceans were half their size we'd get only 25 percent of our present rainfall; if they were one-eighth larger, annual precipitation would increase 400 percent, turning the earth into a vast uninhabitable swamp. Water solidifies at 32 degrees Fahrenheit. But if the oceans were subject to that law, the amount of thawing in the polar regions wouldn't balance out and we'd all end up encased in ice. To prevent this, God put salt in the sea to alter its freezing point. How's that for a day's work? The Psalmist wrote: 'How many are your works, O Lord! In wisdom you made them all...I will sing praise to my God as long as I live' (Psalm 104:24-33 NIV). If God's workmanship wouldn't make you praise Him and want to know Him better, what would? John Stott said: 'Our greatest claim to nobility is our created capacity to know God, to be in personal relationship with Him, to love Him and to worship Him. Indeed, we are most truly human when we are on our knees before our creator.'

Monday, May 17, 2010

Monday, May 10, 2010

I desire to do your will, O my God; your law is within my heart.

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The 15 Most Beautiful Flowers In The World

  • Canna

    Cannas not only feature pretty blossoms, but also beautiful leaves (often likened to that of the banana plant) that come in a variety of stunning colors. Popularized in Victorian times, Cannas are popular garden plants.
  • Cherry Blossom

    The unofficial flower of Japan, the spectacular display of blossoms that arrive in the spring are celebrated by festivals both in Japan and the U.S. The most popular colors are white and pink. They are beautiful while on the trees and remain a stunning sight even after carpeting the ground.
  • Colorado Columbine

    Growing high in the Rocky Mountains, the Colorado Columbine is a welcome reward for the enterprising climbers of Colorado's 14,000-foot high mountains. Picking one in the wild carries a fine ($5-$50 depending on the Ranger who catches you)!
  • Hydrangea

    Magical snowball puffs in fall: gorgeous. The clusters of star-shaped blossoms, often found in delicate pastel hues, embody innocence. They are popular in wedding bouquets and as garden flowers.
  • Lily of the Valley

    A delicate and fragrant sign of spring, the Lily of the Valley has inspired a number of legends. One such Christian legend explains that the tears that Mary shed at the cross turned to Lilies of the Valley, prompting the flower to sometimes be referred to as "Our Lady's Tears." Another legend tells of Lilies of the Valley springing from the blood of St. George during his battle with the dragon.
  • Calla Lily

    While visually stunning and elegant, this beautiful flower is actually a member the poisonous species, Zantedeschia. All parts of the plant are highly toxic, with the capability to kill livestock and children if ingested.
  • Black Eyed Susan

    The black eyed susan, a cheerful wildflower, is a perennial that serves as a beautiful back drop in any garden. The contrast of the bright gold yellow petals and dark middle makes it any easy one to spot and recognize. This official drink of the Preakness stakes horse race is named after this flower, consisting of 2 parts Bourbon whiskey, 1 part citrus vodka, 3 parts sweet & sour mix, one part orange juice and garnished with orange and a cocktail cherry.
  • Bleeding Heart

    These whimsical, almost fairy-like blossoms are a traditional favorite in shady gardens. The flowers are either red, pink or white and appear in April-June.
  • Blue Bells

    In spring, many European woods are covered by dense carpets of this flower; these are commonly referred to as "bluebell woods". It is thought that they were named by the romantic poets of the 19th century, who felt they symbolized solitude and regret.
  • Lantana

    These delicate flowers, with their pink and yellow petals, are butterfly magnets. The bush can grow to be quite large and the color of the petals change as the plant ages. Beware - Lantana is considered a weed by many that is quite difficult to get rid of.
  • Rose

    Roses are one of the most romantic and wonderfully scented of flowers. The giving of roses is steeped in tradition and cultural meaning, from the yellow rose of friendship to the deep red rose of true love.
  • Oriental Poppy

    This perennial poppy has a delicate and striking color. After flowering in the spring, their foliage dies back entirely, only to grow new leaves once again with the autumn rains. The Oriental Poppy is the flower of The Wizard of Oz.
  • Mussaenda erythrophylla (Ashanti Blood, Red Flag Bush, Tropical Dogwood)

    These plants are native to the Old World tropics, from West Africa through the Indian sub-continent, Southeast Asia and into southern China. The beautiful red and yellow petals are a real showstopper. A favorite of not only of gardeners, but also butterflies, bees and hummingbirds.
  • Begonia

    The first Begonia was introduced into England in 1777. Now one of the most popular flowers grown in the United States, Begonias are prized for their flowers as well as their leaves. This versatile plant can be grown either inside or out.
  • Ixora

    Ixora flowers, also commonly called West Indian Jasmine, are often used in Hindu worship, as well as in Indian folk medicine. This plant has traditionally been associated with enhanced sexuality and the re-kindling of passion. Who wouldn't want that as a gift!
  • Dendrobium

    Dendrobium is a large genus of tropical orchids that include over a thousand species. The sprays of flowers are so delicate and yet so perfectly formed, they appear magical.
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Sunday, May 9, 2010

Lord's Love

And here comes the most beautiful cutie

Saturday, May 8, 2010


Hi Everyone. I would like share some of the most beautiful puppies photos
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