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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

A Call For Vigilance...

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Do not be misled.
Bad associations spoil useful habits.
1 Corinthians 15:33



Wish everyone a blessed and a Word Filled Wednesday!

I invite you to celebrate with us as we share inspiring Bible verses at Word Filled Wednesday!


14 comments:

I.T. Guy said...

What a wonderful post. I strongly agreed to that.

Happy WW!

hip chick said...

What a wonderful verse. It's very good for children to hear this but I think us adults could benefit from being reminded as well.

Susan said...

This is good. I taught this verse to my sons when they were about to become teenagers. They all knew it by heart! (they heard me say it so often!)

Hope you have a blessed day!

donna said...

nice entry there=)

Laurie Ann said...

Great visual for this verse. I love it. It's something I can relate to as Daddy had a garden all the 20 years I was at home. Happy WFW!

LauraLee Shaw said...

Timely Truth! The graphic is very effective for it as well. I like this translation of the verse!

ellen b. said...

Something we don't like to think about but oh so true. Blessings on your day Mariposa!

Deanna said...

I am going to send the link to your post to my son. We have been talking about this a lot lately and your picture illustrates it so perfectly. (Although it makes me crave a tomato sandwich! Ha!)

godsown said...

Love the picture and you brought this verse again to my mind.

Blessings
Bernice

Denise said...

Great post.

DeeDee said...

That is great! And a creative way to remind us of a great truth...
Have a great WFW!
~dd

lori said...

WOW...ain't that the truth! That was really great! I'm going to show this one to the girls! (as they move into the teen years!)

Peace!!
lori

Bellezza said...

I wish we could make a poster of this for the high school! It's such a piece of wisdom.

Momisodes said...

What a perfect photo for this verse.