Children of the Heavenly Father
Children of the heav’nly Father
Safely in His bosom gather;
Nestling bird nor star in Heaven
Such a refuge e’er was given.
God His own doth tend and nourish;
In His holy courts they flourish;
From all evil things He spares them;
In His mighty arms He bears them.
Neither life nor death shall ever
From the Lord His children sever;
Unto them His grace He showeth,
And their sorrows all He knoweth.
Praise the Lord in joyful numbers:
Your protector never slumbers;
At the will of your defender
Every foeman must surrender.
Though He giveth or He taketh,
God His children ne’er forsaketh;
His the loving purpose solely
To preserve them pure and holy.
Words: Karolina W. Sandell-Berg, 1855.
This was my Mother-in-law’s favorite hymn sung in Swedish.
Dear and our son laid out and fastened all the rebar over the vapor barrier last Saturday.
Now all we need is the Concrete contractor to fit us into his busy schedule. We hope that’s soon!!
Addy started Awana this week for the first time. She’s in the Cubbies class. She thought it was GREAT!
I was gifted this new puzzle and it’s not an easy one. This will be our 7th COVID puzzle to date.
Even though it’s not easy I love it. Thank you, Linda!
We are still smokey but we are suppose to get some rain on Friday or Saturday.
We have a pie social tonight with our JOY group at church. (Just Older Youth) I’m bringing a cherry pie. What would be your favorite pie?
True Confession: I do not bake pies but I did find a handcrafted frozen cherry pie that looked real good at the store. It was pricier than the name brand frozen pies. I’ll put it in the oven to bake tomorrow before our event. I’ll let you know if it was worth the big bucks!
True Confession #2: I am not fond of cherry pie. Other pies were already signed up for and no one had signed up to bring cherry and that’s why I ended up with it. Dear enjoys cherry pie.
***Update on the store bought pie…It was delicious per Dear (he had two slices) The crust was flaky and the filling was wonderful. The pie maker was Village Pie Maker. I think I bought it at Wal-Mart in the frozen section.