Saturday, March 12, 2011

Pray Without Ceasing

Yesterday at work, I heard about the devastation in Japan. When I got home, we were glued to the TV and awestruck by the horror that this country and others through aftershocks went through and still are going through now. Words are not enough.

 When I first saw the pictures online yesterday morning, the phrase Pray Without Ceasing came to mind and wouldn't leave. I felt like I should put my thoughts to graph and will share with you. This horrible disaster effects the entire globe and it's my hope that we all who live far away and close continue to Pray Without Ceasing.

To keep your stitchy hands busy while watching the news, stitch this one up as a reminder that our guardian angels are busy and we should be in prayer for the recovery in this global event.

I am touched so by the victims of the disaster and those who have loved ones there and do not even know if they have survived or not. How horrible is the unknown.



Pray Without Ceasing
copyright 2011
Feathers in the Nest

in memory of those who are struck by the Japan disaster March 2011
in honor of all of us who contribute to recovery with prayer

stitch on linen of choice

 CC Vintage Violet--med/dark purple

CC Fool's Gold---gold

CC  Frozen Margarita--light green

This will be online as a freebie for the month and if you would like to stitch to display, email me your finish (and email again if you don't see it....I get lots of emails) and I will display  on the blog.

Thanks again.
Jennifer

3 comments:

  1. What a great idea! One of my favorite patterns is a simple one with the text of "Why worry when you can pray." Something I remind myself of daily.

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  2. Yes, it is very important to continually pray! Do not know when what happens. Sample the wonderful, thank you!
    God bless you!

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