Sadler insisted on washing HIS hands after I changed his diaper!
I love watching my boys sleep, especially Sadler, he looks so calm and peaceful compared to the time I normally see him when he’s awake!
and while we’re on the topic of changing Bible stories, I found this to be quite funny,
a cheetah in the stable, who knew?!
This reminded me of another story I heard from one of his Sunday school teachers awhile back; while the teacher was the story of when Moses throws his staff down and it turns into a snake, Grayden piped in that he thought a lion would have been much cooler than a snake! I’m sure someday the staff-turned-snake will impress him more than it does now!
Robb and I at The Story Tour Thursday night.
In case you haven’t heard of The Story Tour it’s “a musical journey from Genesis to Revelation, featuring a full choir and orchestra with Casting Crowns’ Mark Hall, Jeremy Camp, Natalie Grant, Matthew West, Nichole Nordeman, and Selah.”
I love music and hearing the Bible stories through song was a really cool experience, especially while I’m wrapping up my reading of the entire Bible this year.
Such a fun night, thanks Scott and Stacey (and 5/3rd bank) for the tickets!
routine lab work this morning
Hope you all had a great week, ours definitely had a Bible story theme too it. It’s made me think a lot about the Bible and what wonderful gift His Word is to us. Like I mentioned earlier, I started this year out with a goal to read the entire Bible by the end of 2012. I’ve gotten behind, then caught back up again time and time again, and I have to admit that at times it’s felt more like a chore than an honor to read the Word of God, but I have learned so much!
**I’d love it if you’d share your favorite Bible story and where its found, in the comments section! If you don’t know your favorite Bible story, or if you’re unfamiliar with the Bible maybe you’d enjoy reading through the comments and looking up the passages to read.