Sunday, November 04, 2012

Sharing the Blessings vol. 14

Presenting the November edition of Sharing the Blessings. Join up below!

It's been quite awhile since our last Sharing the Blessings feature, but I hope to start it up again if there is any interest.  What's been a blessing in your life lately?  Have you learned or experienced anything remarkable you'd like to share?  I would love it if you did!


How it works: 
Each link pool will be active for one month. Be sure to visit often to see new entries over the month! 

What you do: 
Just make a post, as simple as a picture or as elaborate as an article, about the blessings in your life. An inspiring story? The challenge conquered - or the steaming mug of hot tea you enjoy each morning, glorying in the new day? A verse of scripture that has blessed you? The way your family never fails to make you smile? Everything in our lives can be a blessing, when you think about it - so share yours! 

Add your link, then browse through the link pool, visit with other bloggers, and share your blessings! 

Please add the button below with a link back to this URL: 
so that others can participate! 
Feel free to add the button below (linking to the URL given above) to your blog as well - help spread the word! 

(To view all weeks of Sharing the Blessings, click here
Simply sharing the little blessings that make life beautiful. Won't you join me? 


  1. I'm not blogging right now, but if I were I would totally do this! Just so you know that there is interest!

    Right now, in a round about sort of way I am thankful for getting a job. It's a huge learning experience and often stressful, but I think it's good for me.

    Thanks for posting this again!

  2. I don't have a blog to link up to, but I would like to share a few thoughts . November is just the perfect time to reflect on our blessings. In the Episcopal Church we celebrate All Saints Day on November 1. We usually think of saints as those early Christian martyrs of big names like St. Francis, St. Peter , St. James etc. But we are reminded on All Saints Day that the saints in our lives come from all ages and walks of life. A true friend in time of crisis is our saint. Helping a stranger or reaching out to someone is a saintly endeavor. For saints are just people like you and me who feel compassion and show that love and support to others in need. We can all be a saint to someone every day of our lives and that is worth remembering when we feel like maybe we don't matter much in this big world. November encourages us to remember those saints who have died as well as those saints me meet when the storms of living threaten to sink our boat. Who is on your list of saints to remember ??

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