Thursday, March 1, 2018

Thankful Thursday and Friday's Fhotos



The gifts we give may not be expensive, but the
gift of our time is more precious to others when
we give it with Love.

Children and sometimes adults doesn't realize
the cost of a gift. I say that to remind us of the
greatest gift ever given. That was the gift of life.
That gift wasn't free, it cost the sacrifice of pain and suffering. It cost the precious blood of our
Lord Jesus Christ.

1 Corinthians 6:20
"For you are bought with a price"

April 1 is Easter, many will only think of eggs
and bunnies, but it's so much more than that.
Easter is to celebrate the death, burial and resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

This gift of Love, cost was expensive, more than perishable things such as silver and gold. It
cost the precious blood of Christ, a lamb without blemish or defect."
  1 Peter 1:18-19

We learn to be truly thankful when we learn the 
cost of our free gift of salvation. The greatest blessing of all!


I am thankful for family! This week has been a
week of doctors visit. Tuesday after hubby's appointment we met my sister, Linda, at Cheddar's for lunch then  she and I sent the men home while we went shopping. 
When we finished and returned to her house for
me to pick up my hubby I noticed her Bradford Pear Trees were blooming. Grabbed my camera and snapped a photo as we were leaving.


Another day hubby and I went to Zaxby's for lunch. Outside the building was a row of pretty
Camellia's .



I got a close up of this one bloom so you could see
the raindrops on it. They remind me so much of roses.

Have a Blessed Day and remember to always be thankful for each day, for it is a blessings!




Linking to   Friday Foto Friends



14 comments:

  1. Jesus is the greatest gift, EVER!

    The signs of spring are so beautiful, Sylvia!

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  2. Jesus made the most costly sacrifice of all. So thankful for Him. The flowers are beautiful there. Ours will bloom in a few weeks here.

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  3. It's Camellia time right now, and I see them gracing my town as well. Yes, they do look similar to the Rose. How nice that you went shopping with your sister and got to spend some time with her. Easter is such a special holiday, isn't it?

    ~Sheri

    ps.....I love your red rose with your name, Sylvia. : )

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  4. wow!!! That pear tree is magnificent!! And the camellias are lovely too! Our camellias are about done here, but the azaleas and other things are blooming. Everything is so pretty. Thank you for these thoughts today as well. We do have so much to be thankful for, don't we?

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  5. Hallelujah, He is risen! Beautiful pictures today.

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  6. Those camellias are so beautiful!
    Nothing blooming up here in NJ yet.Still pretty cold most days.

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  7. The pear trees are gorgeous. It seems to me that fruit trees are just so beautiful in spring.

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  8. Such beautiful thoughts that you shared about the gift of salvation Sylvia. Glad you and your sister had such fun together, nothing like being with your sister! And then the gorgeous pear trees in bloom, oh my! So exciting to see! Enjoy spring... we are still getting snow here today :)

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  9. Those camillas are beautiful. The Bradford pears are all blooming out in our neck of the woods, too... allergy time. 🤧 Hope you have a great weekend! 💜

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  10. Enjoyed your post very much Sylvia. I loved your flowers and blossom photos. Can't wait to see Spring breaking out here in my area. Been having a problem with wifi here the past few days, Thank goodness all seems well now. Have a day of blessings my friend.

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  11. Sylvia, you captured beautiful pictures. I love them all. The colors are gorgeous. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  12. Thank you, Sylvia, for sharing about the fact that our salvation cost our Savior His life. We truly are bought with a price.

    It sounds as if you and your sister had fun! And thank you for sharing the beautiful pictures of the Bradford Pear trees and the Camilla's.

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  13. Hi Sylvia, I'm so thankful for Eternal Life thru Christ Jesus. I just love the bradford pears and camellias - so very pretty! Thanks for your visit and I wish you a good day.

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Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment, all your comments are read and appreciated! Sylvia