In The Presence of the Almighty

I started this journal to express the many ways my life has been touched since I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord. I hope to share joys, struggles, testimonies and anything I might receive from the Lord. My prayer is that anyone who reads my entries may receive in a way that is necessary for where they are at in life. May the power of the Holy Spirit fill you as you come along my journey.

Location: Ontario, Canada

I am a full time wife and stay at home Mom. I am married to a man who places the Lord first above all else. I am embracing this season in my life to be a Mom and look forward to having more children. My husband and I will raise them in the ways of the Lord.

Thursday, March 17, 2005

Irish Blessing

May the Road Rise to Meet you.
May the Wind Be Always at your back
May the Sun Shine Warm Upon your Face.
And Rains Fall Soft upon your Fields.
And until we Meet Again,
May God Hold you in the Hollow of His Hand

Happy Saint Patrick's Day!


Blogger Callmeteem said...

The title saint attached to Patrick can be off putting to evangelicals. Nonetheless he was a powerful man of God in an earlier time.
He was arguably the second true cross cultural missionary in church history. (I'm counting the apostle Paul as number one.)
He was sent by God to a hostile, even dangerous people and by the power of the Spirit was used to bring about a genuine people movement. He was a powerful missionary.

March 17, 2005 4:44 p.m.  
Blogger Karen said...

Thank you Teem for your response! I did a research paper on Patrick last semester. I agree the term 'Saint' can throw some evangelicals off. It was a title given to him much later by the Catholic Church. I read his letters and he was a man filled with the Holy Spirit! He was primarily responsible for evangelizing Ireland which was of a pagan culture. I encourage anyone to do a study of him and read his letters. There is much to learn from Patrick's experiences.

March 17, 2005 4:55 p.m.  

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