|2 Corinthians 5:19-20“that God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting people’s sins against them. And he has committed to us the message of reconciliation. We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God.”
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You Are Wool Socks
You are a very genuine person. You like to be comfortable, and you take good care of yourself.
You agree that life isn’t always fair, but you try to appreciate what you have. You can wait for better days if you need to.
You are good natured and easy to get along with. When in doubt, you show others compassion and respect.
You don’t try to change people – you meet them wherever they are. You are quite supportive.
This is one of the results from the quiz, What Part of Winter Are You?
I do believe in comfort, but you know, I don’t think I’ve ever owned a pair of wool socks! Maybe I ought to do something about that.
Weather or Not?
It only rains twice a year in Seattle: August through April and May through July.
How to predict weather in Seattle: If you can see Mt Rainier, it’s going to rain.
If not, it already is.
Why do mother kangaroos hate rainy days?
Because then the children have to play inside.
Jill: How did you find the weather on your vacation?
Bill: I just went outside and there it was!
There’s a technical term for a sunny, warm day which follows two rainy days. It’s called Monday.
Stay dry out there!
Have a pleasant weekend!
Your Winter Personality is Comfortable
When the weather gets cold, you love to settle in and get cozy. There’s nothing better than being tucked under a warm blanket.
You can’t help but be influenced by the world around you, and winter is your time to slow down and relax.
You are genuinely nice and a joy to be around. You have a natural serenity that makes others feel calm.
You are unpretentious and very real. You find it easy to connect to others just by being yourself.
This is one of the results from the quiz, What’s Your Winter Personality?
Well, my husband says I make him feel calm. 🙂
Back in the Old West three Texas cowboys were about to be hung for cattle rustling. The lynch mob brought the three men to a tree right at the edge of the Rio Grande.
The idea was that when each man had died, they’d cut the rope and he’d drop into the river and drift out of sight. They put the first cowboy in the noose, but he was so sweaty and greasy he slipped out, fell in the river and swam to freedom.
They tied the noose around the second cowboy’s head. He, too, oozed out of the rope, dropped into the river and got away.
As they dragged the third Texan to the scaffold, he resisted, “Please! Would y’all tighten that noose a little bit? I can’t swim!”
Have a fun weekend!