WORD & WORSHIP – Labor of Love

Today we are taking the day to reflect on a few precious verses and a beautiful song.  

We’re calling it Word & Worship

“ And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins.”  Matthew 1:21 



Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.  Proverbs 3:5-6 

In last week’s posts we took a look at Jochebed, Moses’ mother.  As the Christmas season begins, lets take a few minutes to think about Jesus’ mother, Mary.  Like the song, Mary Did You Know, we have to wonder what did Mary really know;  what did she understand?  

How does knowing relate to us today?  God has plans for our lives and He will bring them to pass even if we don’t fully understand.  What a Peace is ours in knowing that God works ALL Things for good.  


OUR WORSHIP for TODAY:  Labor of Love – Andrew Peterson and Jill Phillips.  The song is a tribute to Mary, the woman whom God chose for the mother of Jesus:   ~  Enjoy. 

Thank You God for Sending Jesus.  

Last week’s woman was Moses’ mother, Jochebed.  Catch up on the posts in our “Learning from Their Experiences” series.


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Tomorrow we will continue our series “Learning from Their Experiences” with our next lady, Miriam.  She was Moses’ big sister . . . the one who watched over him at the banks of the Nile River . . . the one who lead the women of Israel in worship after they crossed the Red Sea and God drown their enemy.  You won’t want to miss this woman leader and what she can teach us!   ~  Breath on Paper

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