Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Question of the Week #22

Welcome to the twenty-second edition of the Question of the Week! Please consider sending me your ideas for future questions :) I am SO VERY THANKFUL for the people who have done so!

What are you thankful for this week? Have you taken time to count your blessings lately?
-----my answers----

I need to take more time to be thankful. I'm thankful for my family. My mom especially for taking care of me. She's a great support to me. And I'd be lost without her. I'm thankful that my sister is having a wee one. And I'm thankful that my brother-in-law got a job over the weekend! I'm thankful for good preaching. I think I've mentioned this before, but I am so very thankful that preachers and teachers think to take their ministries online. My life has been so blessed by listening to these sermons and podcasts. While an online ministry can never take the place of an actual church family--as far as support goes, no hugging over the internet after all--the teaching is a blessing, a gift that goes on giving. A gift that is best shared. Right now, I'm loving me some Alistair Begg. (Truth for Life, Free Downloads). Through his email newsletter, I learned of a new project of interest to me (and perhaps you) called Bible Mesh. (A site that will be launched fully in the Fall of 2009. Though a preview is available now.)

© Becky Laney of Operation Actually Read Bible


MissDaisyAnne---Annette said...

I would like to interview you next week, a new project for my blog.
I'd like to do an interview with a fellow blogger. Just a few questions. I'll talk to you more about it later this week.

Becky said...

I'd love to be interviewed :)

Sherrylinn said...

Great question! I blogged here

Amanda said...

I am thankful that my husband and I are finally moving back to the East Coast after a few loooong years of living in the Southwest. Much closer to family.

I'm thankful for the peace I think I've finally found. After losing my son and my mother so close together, I had a hard time just being "peaceful," but God has finally granted me that peace.

I feel incredibly blessed to have spent last week with some family, having my sister-in-law, brother-in-law, and nephew down here. Lots of fun and great memories made!

Oh gosh, I could go on and on. We can never sing the Lord's praises enough!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I am thankful for the health of my 81 year old father and that my mother in law is recovery nicely from her broken hip in March.

I am thankful for that my son has a school that he is thriving in and he feels a part of and has friends.

I am thankful for a good employer and that I find my job so rewarding.

I am thankful for my wife of almost 20 years.