Signs of God January 2012 – Part 1

Hello, again, Dear Reader.  I pray that the holiday season was a blessing to you and yours. Blogging is hard work if you’re trying to write something more than a personal journal so when I took a short break from blogging during Christmas, my break threatened to become permanent! The readers of Christ’s Reflections inspired me to keep going. Happy New Year!

This is the second edition of Signs of God. Before you look over the photos, take a moment and follow the Fishy Church link below. From now on when I assemble with my church family in the facility we’ve built for our community, I will count it a double blessing  when we don’t have to ignore the smell of water fowl and fish. God bless you all.

Welcome to Our Fishy Church

I call the pictures in this gallery “Block Party” because I found these Signs of God on a cul-de-sac in a neighborhood where most houses didn’t have holiday decorations. All of the residents on this block participated to bring God’s message to the world.


4 thoughts on “Signs of God January 2012 – Part 1

  1. Glad to see you back — I ws beginning to think that maybe “life” had overtaken you! God bless your work. On the fishy church — yes, that does give a whole new perspective to our usual places of worship in the US. As to your block party — like that very much — especially the fact that it was a group effort, as opposed to just one upmanship in the “cute” category that is so often seen.

    • What struck me was how each new word with the O in the middle was so right for the situation and described a different aspect of the story. GOD sent His SON, the HOLY LORD, to bring us HOPE, JOY, and LOVE, and the angels sang NOEL. Thanks for your remarks.

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