Wednesday, 6 January 2010

Hi again

Hello again everyone! A Happy New Year to all as well. I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year.

We had a cold, white Christmas and still are experiencing a big freeze here! I have posted some pics of the scenery.

So much has happened over the last few weeks I just don't know where to begin. One of our dear, dear brothers in Christ was called home unexpectedly on Sunday night. George was one of our Church elders and had been ill for several months. He wasn't an old man and up until this point had been full of life and joy. So right now his family and Church family are hurting.

I am finding it hard to understand as are many others. I take comfort in knowing that he is now with our Saviour.

" 4He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away."

Revelation 21 NIV.

So could those of you who pray please remember our Church in prayer and George's family. He was a dear friend and we loved him and love his family so much.


  1. Hello Collette, You have a very nice blog here! Have you seen the many testimonies of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at God bless.

  2. Hi Friend!!
    So glad to see you back in bloggy world!! You have been missed!
    Those pics are beautiful!! I would love to see snow like that again--haven't seen that much since we moved from Colorado..
    Will be praying for George's family.

  3. Joining you in prayer for George's family.


  4. Keeping you all in prayer.

    Are you having a weird winter? We sure are.

  5. Collette,

    Truly I will lift up prayers for George's family and hope that they will be comforted in this time and as time comes to pass they will be given that peace that truly passes all understanding.

    So glad that you are doing so well despite all that cold weather and snow. It looks great from here.

    Love and Hugs ~ Kat

  6. Nice to have you back!

    I will be praying for George's family and the church family.

    It is cold here, first time it has snowed on Christmas in Texas in over 80 years. Tomorrow our temps wont get out of the 20's crazy

  7. Collette!! There you are!! I've missed ya!!!

    I will be praying for George's family!!!!


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