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Saturday, 22 March 2014

SONGS ON SUNDAYS: THE SAME LOVE by Paul Baloche ~ 23.3.14


Thank you for joining Songs on Sundays !


On this 19th day and 3rd Sunday of our Lenten journey, we celebrate
 The Same Love -
the Same God that is calling us all by name . . .


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Thank you, Paul Baloche, for reminding us of God's calling us to the cross ~
to Christ's death that makes all the difference in how we Live . . .


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#SONGSonSUNDAYS

soundtrack for our new week!

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a quote or insight - Companion with us by linking here and
Welcome
to each of you who are joining us !
{ Nina, Louis, and Mascha posting with us this week }



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Posting this sweet photo of a country church for
 inSPIREd Sunday ~
nothing other than this invitation of hospitality
to share with you.
In its simplicity, may we be reminded God's call to faith
is unencumbered ...
Be. blessed.

 


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5 comments:

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

it's so tiny. what a cute little "story brook church" ... very quaint. ( :

Louis la Vache said...

Re your question at Eva's Moodboard about the AME church. You possibly don't have them in Canada. AME stands for African Methodist Episcopal and it principally serves black parishioners. You will find AME churches in almost any black community in the U.S. The church was founded in Philadelphia in 1816.

Louis la Vache said...

Off topic: since you live in Canada, you might enjoy «Louis'» "Meanwhile in Canada" edition of The Friday Funnies...

Nina said...

Such a wonderful song and a great linky party for Sunday, thank you for leaving a note so I could find my way here!
Blessings to your week,
Nina

Rory Bore said...

I LOVE his voice! Paul appears quite frequently on my iPod.

What a quaint little church! love the colour too - make it feel friendly and welcoming. Like the Sun (Son?) shines on it. :)

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